Ardbrae House

Address: 85 Drum Brae South, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 8TD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Drumbrae area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Bannockburn Battlefield and Heritage Centre, Cramond Village, and Lauriston Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh


A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jun 04, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

... in the UK), cheap, friendly pubs, and a lively atmosphere. Granted we only kept in the New Town and Royal Mile area, but there were more attractive people here than we saw in all of London (due to the student population?). There were also more homeless people here than in London. Not sure if that's because of the areas of London we visited or some other reason. The weather wasn't great, as soon as we stepped off the train it was noticeably chillier than London.


Moving from scotch to cashmere, tartans and tweeds

A travel blog entry by dannib on Oct 20, 2014

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... the 20th Cashmere, tartan and tweed shops we decided that we owed ourselves a stop for lunch. At the end of the Royal Mile is the new Scottish Parliament. We took time to wander around and have a look. It is very modern and interesting. In light of what happened yesterday in Ottawa, it is interesting to reflect on the security at the Scottish Parliament. There was only one ...

Journey to the North - Part III

A travel blog entry by sadfanboy on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment

... to Sir Walter Scott, the new Parliament House (which has not endeared itself to the public, apparently), the history of the buildings along the Royal Mile, and some of the history of the old town around the western side of the castle. It was a very informative ride and I took that trip twice to get in all the sights.

I then hopped off on Waverley Bridge to transfer to another bus. I chatted with one of the tour arrangers ...

Second day in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by coe on Mar 24, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

Our second day in Edinburgh started with a tour of Edinburgh castle. It was quite fascinating. They have a cannon they fire off at 1:00 pm everyday which was neat to see. I had trouble wrapping my head around the fact that the castle was real and not some make believe building. Felt strange looking at the cells where prisoners were kept and the sleeping quarters (more like dungeons) where prisoners of war were held. I also was able to view Scotland's Crown Jewels (the real deal!). ...

Hogmanay in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Dec 27, 2013

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... and acts. What really shocked me was the fact that you can bring alcoholic drinks into the event! My friend blatantly walked in with a carton of beer, something you would never be able to do in Australia. The security guards were so trusting too! "Do you have glass on you?" "No" "ok then, in you go".... Despite there being 4 stages of performance, we never really went beyond the first stage you hit as you enter the event due to the sheer amount ...