Dukes of Windsor Street

Address: 17 Windsor Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH7 5LA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Calton Hill, Edinburgh Playhouse, Playhouse Theatre, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by rachelscott on May 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... off to the side. The stained glass was hand painted and each black paint brush stroke was the side of a piece of hair. I have amazing pictures from this location. I will be sending an album of all my pictures when I get home and edit them.

    Next was St. Mary's Cathedral. I don't think anyone realizes how big this cathedral is. From the outside, it is the most gothic church I've ever seen. The pillars stand higher than any building around it, and ...

    Day 9 - Museum of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 09, 2015

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    ... Castle. It can be quite steep in places, and can take quite a bit of effort when you're walking! I found a lovely little cafe to have and early lunch at (and a hot chocolate with marshmallows to warm up!) and spent another little while people watching.

    Just around the corner from the cafe is the National Museum of Scotland. It's a fascinating place, and one of my favourites of all the museums I've been to. Unfortunately, ...

    Beautiful Edinburgh!

    A travel blog entry by philandalice on Aug 30, 2014

    168 photos

    ... for the Queen’s Scottish home – which may or may not have remained her home pending the pending Independence vote). We ambled up Calton Hill, pausing at the Old Calton Burial Ground (and apparent bath house shena****ns after hours) and climbing the lane to: The (Robert) Burns Monument, Democracy Cairn, The National Monument, and Nelson Monument/Tower.

    Jacob’s Ladder led us down ...

    Day 1: Scotland

    A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... They sound... friendly. Like people that would be easy to get to know. Turns out... they're part of our travel group, waiting for the same tour guide. Oh, good! Possible friends. But we're nervous and tired and anxious to get going... so we cling to our own little groups, scanning the crowd for a person in charge.

    Finally, Tony the tour guide bustles in. He'd been caught in rush-hour traffic. Apparently, it doesn't matter ...

    A Wee Taste of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... or "no". The yes campaign has even erected a series of billboards promising a great independent Scotland governed at home. Whether this remains realizable is up for debate.For my part, I think Scotland gets quite a bit from being part of the UK, and it would be a shame to see them break off. We quickly poked around the parliament but soon split off, as dad and I headed to climb Arthur's Seat. The sentinel of the city, Arthur's Seat is Edinburgh's mountain, and gives you a wonderful ...