Old Stables Bed and Breakfast

1 West Mill Road, Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland, EH18 1LX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 West Mill Road, Lasswade, is near Craigmillar Castle, Butterfly and Insect World, Rosslyn Castle, and Scottish Mining Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Lasswade

Be Prepared!!!

A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 10, 2014

... the cast immediately left for the airport. They had a performance at international arrivals trying to advertise for our show. I don't know if it did any good but I guess any exposure helps. Either way, I had the afternoon off. So Gigi myself and one of the other chaperones (robin) hit mulligans pub to get some beer, food and stay out of the rain. Gigi and I split an order of fish and chips and we each had potato and leek soup. The soup wasn't as ...

Military Tattoo day

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 05, 2014

... George IV dying. She was in a movie theater where they stopped the movie to make the announcement. Touring the yacht brought back memories to her. She remembered waiting in the streets to wave to the Queen when she visited Australia. Dinner was good. Jean and I had the Moroccan chicken. We then boarded the bus to be dropped off on Bridge Street so we could walk up to the castle for the Military Tattoo. We got up to the castle and got in the ...

Scottish Highlands and York

A travel blog entry by stephmac on Jun 21, 2014

4 comments, 33 photos

... is more than 200m deep! It stretches for 26 miles. Without the water, you can fit the whole world's population plus another third. Incredible! The captain was a bit mad but very funny. He had a few interesting stories to tell including killer fish! A fish called Forax lives in the Loch. When feed is low at the surface of the water, they go to the depths and eat each other. Somehow they know when the feed is at a high enough level, so at this point ...

Comedy, Whiskey and Scottish history

A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 06, 2013

4 comments, 20 photos

... enjoyable but Erin commented that she found his thick English accent difficult to understand at times and couldn't really follow what he was saying. The final show was 'Davey Connor' who is a Scottish comedian and we all really liked his show. Davey was the only Scottish comedian we saw all week and our favourite observation of his was how after young adults move out of home their parents suddenly start buying expensive things.

Our last day in Edinburgh was Sunday ...

Sunday and Monday in Lovely Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by rkzohm on Jul 21, 2013

11 photos

... like us when it was completed. We asked someone when it was due to be complete and the reply was 2011!

So we then walked to the Royal Mile and proceeded down it however did not make it to the end before turning around. We picked up a few last minute gifts for friends who would appreciate all things plaid and crested before heading back to the National Museum of Scotland as requested by the girls. We had a very late lunch in the café and then ...