Brothaigh House

18 Craigmillar Park, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH16 5PS, United Kingdom | B&B
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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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    Exploring an ancient city

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... so ancient as the other, and so enchanting that I had to keep reminding myself I wasn't watching Braveheart. The city is split by the railway, on one side of is the Old Town built on extinct volcanos with its medieval alleyways, half-timbered houses and hidden closes under the gaze of Edinburgh Castle; on the other is its less seen but equally lovely New Town, already more than 200 years old, with its squares, parks, circuses, crescents, public baths and grand ...

    Edinburgh, Scotland

    A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 12, 2014

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    ... to go up to Lochness for the day however it was going to be 4.5 hours driving each way for only 1.5 hours at Lochness itself so we thought it wasn't worth it. It was nice to just spend time walking around Edinburgh and watching the locals play their bagpipes on the streets etc. We found the Elephant cafe where JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter and walking around the streets you could just feel where she got her ideas from with the skinny alleys, stone castles ...

    From Edinburgh with love

    A travel blog entry by taydubois on Oct 30, 2013

    ... a little early so we stopped and had breakfast at KFC (fancy huh? And who knew KFC had breakfast?) We made our way to our bus and boarded. We settled in and prepared to sit for 10 hours. Ugh. The bus made several stops along the way in several towns. It was nice to see the countryside of England. Just outside of London was mainly farms. Sprawling land and pastures filled with cows and sheep. We napped, ate, talked, ate, and napped some more. We both had papers due when we ...

    Edmundbyers, Hardians wall, Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... can still be seen With the falling of the Roman Empire this area was abandoned. We walked along the wall for some distance it's amazing they just build up and down the steep hills. It's possible to walk the entire length of the wall .... In fact we met a couple of guys who were taking a week to walk it. ... From one side of England to the other ... What a great way to spend a week but I think I'd rather do it in the summer. Very invigorating Loved it. ...

    Fury and Redemption

    A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll on Aug 13, 2013

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    ... answers are vapid and rehearsed and literally I could listen for hours because I love her so so much. I felt like the audience was attracted to the Wooster Group in the same way as I am to my favorite pop star and it made me furious because it would be "ok" for them because the Wooster Group has a reputation that would make them look intellectual whereas I would just be a stupid pop fan. But we are all stupid pop fans.

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