Address: 6 Templeland Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 8RP, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Clerwood area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Bannockburn Battlefield and Heritage Centre, Cramond Village, and Lauriston Castle.
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A travel blog entry by samituret on Jun 30, 2015

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... back to the locals, who reported that Dirty Dick's (classy I know) next door was just as good. So, there we went! The boys got whiskey doubles, Sophie had a cider I had a glass of Merlot. We picked a nice corner booth in the back and the place was perfect: dimly lit, cozy, and relatively empty (which we later realized was due to the fact that it was 4:30 PM and our internal clocks were just way off). The four of us had a nice time unwinding, sharing ...

A Tapastry of People

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Mar 24, 2015

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... my own message from it rather than be influenced by someone elses.  So you can imagine how happy I was to find someone who thought the same as me. And someone who liked reading, and not being tied down.  Basically, had I had the courage (odd how I have it to travel on my own though) and had he not been at work, I would have given that boy the biggest hug. Huge.  From my hour in the whiskey store I went in search of a statue.  Ben, my lovely tour guide had pointed me in ...

Nessie, I know you're out there

A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Nov 09, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... this but luckily it worked out in my favor. It was only 2pm and a short bus ride to the Royal Botanic Gardens of Edinburgh. Within 10 minutes I was at the east gate and walked through the entrance into the gardens. It was absolutely stunning – trees turning fall colors, grass glistening with dew, water rippling from various ponds. I just couldn’t get enough! The gardens were perfectly landscaped and were a treat for the eye. When I go out into nature, I prefer ...

Edinburgh Book Festival

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Aug 09, 2014

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... but the central open area is laid out with tables, chairs and deckchairs which today are being well used. An equestrian statue of Prince Albert looks on benignly: as a man who believed in education, I am sure he would have enjoyed being here in person.

Orderly queues build up outside the theatres ahead of the talks. The first one I attend is introduced by a session chair who describes the book in question as 'polyphonic'. Despite such a dubious start the talk turns ...

We 'Haggis' a good time in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 14, 2014

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... out of the way quick enough or even look up to get a face full of poo. hence "**** faced drunk"
The that night we also did another walking tour of Edinburgh which had stories from long ago and it had a whole mess of true stories about Edinburgh. The town practised a lot of witch burnings and torture methods over the years. Also had a few eerie tales of cannibal ancestral families hunting down and murdering people. Fair to say you wouldn't wanted to have ...

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