Brothaigh House

18 Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH16 5PS, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $112.00
 

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The Land of my forefathers

A travel blog entry by angel2014

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... is a pretty steep hill.

the next day I had a choice to walk up Arthur's Seat or stay in Starbucks all day with all my friends that I just made and I chose to stick with my newly made friends I know it may seem like I didn't grasp that much of an oppurtunity but I needed to decompress and get ready for my large contiki tour. I caught the luxury (k)night bus also known as the muggle version of the knight bus in Harry Potter. It ...

Day 105: A sit on Arthur's Seat

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... returned on his credit card. Fingers crossed that things go off without us having to pay more.

From the car park at the airport we took an hour long local bus into the city to get to our hostel. We are staying at a cute place that is in an old house. We are in a ten bed dorm that is full. We were supposed to be on different bunks but one of the beds was a double bed and the man said that they usually reserve it for couples. It was up to us if we wanted to share or not. ...

Athens of the North

A travel blog entry by rozzij

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... master. The movie said his master was a shepherd but the dog got his name from his masters job - policemen are called Bobbies in Scotland. I loved that movie. There is a statue of the dog on the corner and it is good luck to rub his nose. He is a black dog but his nose is shiny bronze from all the pats. We go out for dinner at "Merchants" and the meal is really good. Can't say the same about the wine. We're still wondering about ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by deirjohn

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... me to sleep. By the time that trip had finished it was teaming with rain so we caught another tourist bus that dropped us off at the National Museum of Scotland, where we spent the rest of the afternoon looking around. First we visited the exhibition Kingdom of the Scots, which was very extensive. You could spend days here and still miss things. We also got to see the Chessmen of Lewis (most of the ten found in 1831 are here). They were found near Uig ...

Venturing into Scotland

A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo

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... old 3 storey stone home that once belonged to Mary Queen of Scots.

The countryside is simply stunning. The land is dotted with old stone farmhouses - I love it. But it is not the balmy 19 degrees that the weather man teased us with last night. More like 10 degrees... It's ok as long as the wind stays away. Q

Next stop - Melrose - an oooooold village with some little shops and an abbey in ruins. It's so interesting to check it all out. We found a great tartan ...

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This B&B, located in the Cameron Toll area of Edinburgh, is near Surgeons' Hall, The Queen's Hall, University of Edinburgh, and Edinburgh Experience.
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