Kenvie Guest House

16 Kilmaurs Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH16 5DA, United Kingdom | B&B
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Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by akreyling


... came in first received a free bottle of some Australian rum. But it was okay because we won Australian hats, an inflatable kangaroo and two rounds of shots.

Overall this trip was a lot of fun, definitely a good first trip to go on because it was so close and it was an English speaking country which helped us get used to the whole traveling on a budget idea. I can't wait for more trips this upcoming semester and especially for my 3 week off period in April!


Edinburgh Day One

A travel blog entry by heymann


... say the least. It is built on top of a massive volcanic formation with forbidding walls that tower over the city. Portions of the castle are as old as the 12th century, which is hard to imagine given that most of the buildings we see on a daily basis are at most 200 years old. The entire castle is really an amazing feat of strategy and engineering that also appeals to our interest in all things martial and medieval. Kings and queens, knights and swords, loyalty and treachery... what's ...

Mental Moral Tug o War

A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll


... because I don't consciously feel guilt about having white privilege because I know my ancestors arrived in America and were discriminated against and then were for the civil rights movement. I grew up with mostly non white friends and it frustrates me when some people try to make a collective guilt for white people about their privilege. But thats another issue.

Ultimately I decided to just shut my mind up and be happy that a non white voice was featured at the Traverse.

A Wall

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond


... fiber in my being how important it was to sleep and rest up. I was getting a headache and not feeling very well. I'd come into the Waverly Station in Edinburgh and found a taxi to get me to my hotel. It looked to be in the heart of town, which I loved, but there was MAJOR road construction along the entire street. Restful??? Jack hammers pounding to the beat of my migraine did not sound very restful. The hotel was old but the reception woman cheerful; since I was early, she ...

Its A Small World

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5


... I have friends who went to Pitt. What did you study?' she told him her degree in social work and he got a strange look on his face and said ' you know Beth (I didn't catch her last name)?' Erin almost jumped off of the pew and said 'YES! SHE WAS ONE OF MY MENTORS!' Bob went on to tell us that he had been friends with this 'Beth' and her husband since they were all 19 (this guy is now around 40ish) and that he had been best man at their wedding and were still really great friends. ...


This B&B, located in the Prestonfield area of Edinburgh, is near Arthur's Seat, Surgeons' Hall, The Queen's Hall, and University of Edinburgh.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kenvie Guest House Edinburgh

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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