7 Danube Street

7 Danube Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 1NN, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $140.00
 

Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by mcffamily

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... won't need to worry about our entry fee.

The weather continues to be amazing with warm days in the low 20's. As we travel north, the nights are getting cooler and last night was the first time that I thought the heater would very helpful (didn't bother trying to convince Angus as he doesn't feel the cold the way I do!).

It was well after 1pm when we set out for Edinburgh. We had some food supplies left over ...

Our First Scottish Castle.

A travel blog entry by stuch6

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... the view. We then moved onto the Great Hall, which was at least warm. The Great hall had massive stained glass windows, a ceiling with lots of wood beams and heaps of fire places. The windows contained the crests of many different family's. I even spotted the Rampart Lion which is the emblem for Balwyn High. After we had done the great hall we moved onto Kings and ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by jennydawson

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Weather: Fine but overcast Beautiful morning. We were up pretty early and going to catch a walking tour at 9.30am but had to drop the car off first. Alistair had to do a couple of things in town so we followed him in, dropped the car and then he gave us a lift to the beginning of the walk. Quite a few people were doing it because it is essentially a free tour and you can tip what you like at the end. It ...

Edinburgh Tattoo

A travel blog entry by grahama01

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... a new friend. We met up with Lorna (Fred and Anne's eldest daughter) and had a great dinner at Greyfriar Bobby's Hotel. Then off to the Tattoo. What a great night! The massed pipe and military bands were fantastic and there were many other performers including Korean and Mexican dancers and the NZ military band which was great as usual. A wonderful ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by kristineg

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... is never a problem finding somewhere to eat. As it began to rain, we decided that it was a good time to go up to the castle.
The castle was mostly used for fortification. Although there was royal chambers in the castle, it mainly housed soldiers. We had bought audio guides to the castle and it was worth the money. Edinburgh castle was where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth the her son James, who would later become King of both England and Scotland. We were able ...

Location

This B&B, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Dean Village, Institut Francais D'Ecosse, Edinburgh World Heritage Trust, and Art Gym & Craft Studio.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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