Acer Lodge Guest House

425 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 7NB, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Clermiston area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Cramond Village, New Town, and Lauriston Castle.
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    Another Mixed Bag

    A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 09, 2014

    ... of hours to kill in between shows so grabbed a ticket to this show which had been widely advertised.

    As I walked in the venue, I noticed that most of the crowd had sat in the seats at the back and most of the seats at the front were empty. I found it a bit strange so I sat in the second row.

    It was more rock opera than musical and after the story began I (and everybody else sitting down the front) realised ...

    A Wee Taste of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... s zanniest tourist attractions. Occupying a six story tower, the camera obscura experience is half fun house half historical learning experience. The fun begins all the way on the sixth floor, where you enter an empty dark room with a round, white wooden table at its centre. A guide then turns off the lights in the room and the center of the table is illuminated with a view of downtown Edinburgh. Operating since the 1800's however, this visual effect is completely free of ...

    UK to Scotland

    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... is far more beautiful, I don't think my photo's on here do it justice. Soon after we were back on the road, did a little shop at the first food mall we came to which was Asda and then our next stop was in a lay by in the middle of the Scottish Highlands and you could see for miles, just lovely. There was also small amounts of snow blotted every so often so I soon understood the temperature drop. Our next stop then was at a tourist information followed by our first view of the Loch ...

    Day Three

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... a cute little Italian restaurant in Edinburgh. Here we received very large portions and students were excited at the chance to dine on pizza and pasta. My meal included half pizza and half pasta – delicious! Since we were really pressed for time, we rushed out of the restaurant to make it to the Witchery Tour that Will had added for us. For many students, the witchery tour was the highlight of the day, while I think that some others were a bit unimpressed with ...

    Musical interludes

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... our other assumption) but is supposed to represent a curtain. We are told that the building's architect died before it was complete and his wife finished it adding this feminine touch to the design. And another million pounds to the bill, queries Ian? We climb to the top of the building to see the Debating Chamber which is full of interesting architectural detail. The chairs are designer chic - scottie...err curtain...shape - but they look ...