Arisaig B&B

64 Glasgow Rd., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 8LN, United Kingdom | B&B
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A love -hate relationship with Scotland

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


... we walked to explore Princess Street and those streets on our side of the city. The ‘new’ side of Edinburgh is quite an open street looking up across at the castle and the older side of the city. Somewhat of a valley separates the two sides by bridges. Checking into the hotel, chilling out and hiding from the weather basically summed up our day. We took another trip outside, not making it more than a ...

Hogmanay in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by karen0206


... night and it is so funny how fast people bonded after a few drinks. Alcohol is really society's social lubricant! Now I have to warn you at the outset that I don't actually remember the names of many of the places that I visited in Scotland. My tour guide had the most soothing Scottish accent that whenever he talked about the history or told Scottish tales, as much as I wanted to listen, I would plonk out. On average, I spent most of my days ...

A Plane Trip and Some Haggis (not together).

A travel blog entry by stuch6


... to swap houses with a family (The Bell's) who are travelling through Australia about the same time we are in Scotland. Good friends of John and Nicky, who is the massage therapist at my clinic. We were all very pleased to get to such a nice and cosy home. Welcomed by Pamela, a close friend of the Bell's, who showed us the run of the place. Complete with a thick Scottish accent. Lovely (at least that is what dad said)! The extra space has been great ...

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

A travel blog entry by suelacey


... Zealand, Mongolia and a group of kids (6-16) doing stunts on mini motor bikes.

Coming home was more chaotic getting out of the parade ground, out of the castle, along the royal mile, then space to stride out on the Mound and along Princes Street to the hotel. Even more amazing, no rain. We were layered up for the cold and rain it stayed fine - none of the wet stuff.

Trimming the Edinburgh Fringe and Grim Glasgow

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... Chieng, who is based in Australia however has Chinese parents and grew up in USA and Singapore. He also had a similar theme of poking fun at his background and was also pretty funny. He won best newcomer at the 2012 MICF, so had an extra year of performing and you could tell as he was a bit more polished on stage. We had a quick dinner in between Chieng and our next show, Alex Williamson, who is a "youtube sensation" from Adelaide. His act is basically him being a super rude ...


This B&B, located in the Gyle area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Bannockburn Battlefield and Heritage Centre, Cramond Village, and Lauriston Castle.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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