Aaron Glen

Address: 7 Nivensknowe Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH20 9AU, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7 Nivensknowe Road, Edinburgh, is near Butterfly and Insect World, Rosslyn Castle, The Royal Observatory, and Edinburgh Experience.
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    Freedom!!! Scotland bound

    A travel blog entry by ryanclarke0809 on Jul 09, 2015

    15 photos

    ... home, the walk up is slightly shorter and probably not as steep but it is continuous, with no flat bits so for someone who has strayed from the ol' exercise for a while it was a good challenge. The walk was very scenic and green and apart from some of the plants having some vicious thorny artillery which I found out first hand. Once we had our quota of 1000 photos or so we started the trek back down keen to replace the weight we had lost going up the hill with ...

    Days 14-17 / Glasgow & Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by nostalgi3 on Aug 10, 2014

    22 photos

    ... the month of August (every year) the Edinburgh Festival takes place. The city eats, lives, breathes art: music, theatre, dance, comedy. Artists are performing on every corner of the streets. Close to 300 venues are open for free and paying shows, depending on the level of the artists, I guess. Every few metres you get flyers for shows that are being promoted. The city is very vibrant and the only thing you can see are people. We visit Edinburgh ...

    To the Land of the Scots!

    A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Jun 05, 2014

    16 photos

    ... since it was my first time in Belgium, even though I was stuck in the airport. After the long layover, the flight was pretty quick to Edinburgh!

    From the airport I took a bus into the main city centre and Lindsay was there waiting for me at the bus stop. We dropped my bags off at the hostel (which was conveniently at the bottom of Edinburgh Castle) and grabbed some dinner before exploring the town. We walked through the Princes Garden surrounding the castle, which was ...

    Whole Lotta Love for Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 29, 2014

    25 photos

    ... made a good decision. The giant National Monument had insane views behind it, so naturally we jumped up and sat ourselves down in the middle of two columns. To the right were grassy rolling hills, covered in gorgeous flowers and trees, and to the left was the point where the city meets the sea, beautiful old buildings right down to the end. Looking back from where we came was Edinburgh, the Scott Monument we just left, the Gardens, the Castle, and ...

    The Highlands

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on May 26, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... staying next time!

    We went through some truly beautiful scenery. I think the drive down Glenshee is my favourite of all time, just a pity the heather isn't out. We stopped in the rain at the Spitall of Glenshee where four glens meet to take some photos, but I couldn't capture its true majesty.

    I have great memories of being here in the summer of 1978 with my cousin Lyndel. Unfortunately the hotel where we stayed is now ...