Ingleneuk Bed And Breakfast

Address: 31 Drum Brae North, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 8AT, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Maybury area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Cramond Village, New Town, and Lauriston Castle.
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      Day 18 - Free day in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 05, 2014

      ... out the lunch supplies to the homeless. When the bus arrived to pick us up and Toby had not returned I asked the bus driver and tour guide to wait for Toby. When Toby got back he said he had walked 6 blocks to try and find a particular guy we had seen with a dog who had a pet jacket on but couldn't find him. I was so proud of Toby for his kind act and persistence to search for the homeless man.
      Once we were back at the hotel we had an hour to get ready to go on ...

      Close - another guessing game

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 02, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... lived in the 17th century. Fairly unbelievable in size of dwellings, slope of ground, dire facts of daily life, archeological findings - and, of course, folklore from the period.

      We then walked The Royal mile that stretches from the Castle (scene of last night's Tattoo) to the Royal Holyrood Palace. Trickier than it sounds because of the rain, the therefore slick cobblestone passages and the fact that the yearly Edinburgh Fringe Festival ...

      Elections, whisky and rain

      A travel blog entry by craigwakeford on May 22, 2014

      19 photos

      ... but unable to direct or interact with the officials.

      In any case it was a late finish and I had only a little energy to spare on the Monday. I went around Hollyrood Palace and Abbey (was a little disappointing) and then began to walk up to Arthur's seat. It rained most of the way up the hill and stopped only when I got about halfway down.

      Edinburgh is a lovely town and I think I might try to get back there in August to see the tatoo... lets see!

      Sights, Signs and Walls of Ireland and Scotland

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Sep 16, 2013

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... Though not as finely built as the Oratory, you can still see in its gables and walls the style and technique of the early church. More modern examples can be seen in the boundary wall of the Silent Valley Reservoir in Co. Down, which is twenty two miles long. It took eighteen years to build (1904 - 1922) and is made of locally cut granite, is eight feet tall and - as if that is not enough - it climbs over fifteen summits in the Mountains of Mourne. It must be one of ...

      Haggis Wild and Sexy Tour!

      A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Aug 05, 2013

      So today up at the crack of dawn and checked out, as checking out you have to unmake your own bed, I was like what I'm not on a working holiday haha but that's what you get for budget accommodation I guess! Then on our little yellow bus and met our tour guid Neil wearing a kilt and we all knew it was going to be a good trip, over half the bus was Australians a couple of NewZealanders a guy from china an American and two Canadians but even on the first bus ride we were excited ...