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A wee Scottish tale about yer laddies and lasses

A travel blog entry by chanelkind


... next to it, which made carrying heavy backpacks a lot less of a chore. We arrived way too early to check-in, so we left our bags at the hostel and went to explore the city a bit. We walked across Waverly Bridge onto Princes Street where all of the shops are, and had a walk alongside the park. All the architecture in the city is old but still looks beautiful and well-cared for, which is impressive. A huge contrast to Newcastle city, where a lot ...

Treasure Hunting

A travel blog entry by chrisandgail


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Kilts, tattoos, and friends reunited

A travel blog entry by boval


... there for the night. The stone buildings and fences are still everywhere here, and this camp is also in a lovely setting - not as good facilities as the pub, but nice enough.
The next morning - 13th August I wake up to an old man beside me. Bo has turned another year older. Once his pressies are opened and brekkie over with we are off again, destination Edinburgh. Excitement as we pass the Scotland sign and we count down the miles to the capital. ...

So many photos

A travel blog entry by janetanne


... Wars. Construction started in 1826 and, due to the lack of funds, was left unfinished in 1829. It was fashioned on the Acropolis of course.
The Calton Burial Ground was opened in 1718. It is also the site of the Political Martyrs Monument an obelisk erected to the memory of a number of political reformers.
The Mercat Cross is a Scottish word for a market cross, they were ...

Scotland. The Scenery, The History, The Beauty

A travel blog entry by mhart3011


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To drive past the Edinburgh Castle and the magical monuments that lined the city centre I realized I was in the most beautiful city I had ever seen! Going to Calton Hill, Arthurs Seat and walking the Royal Mile all I could see was stunning scenery in every direction.

If only the Scottish weather wasn't sooooo bad! Although some sun shining, rain and wind is defiantly not a good mix.

The last night in Scotland was my ...


This B&B, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Midlothian Ski Centre, Bourne Fine Art, Malcolm Innes Gallery, and Hanover Fine Arts.
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