Penny Airey- No.38 Bed & Breakfast

38 Dublin Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 6NN , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Midlothian Ski Centre, Scottish Gallery, and Kingfisher Gallery.
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    Fresher's Week (long!)

    A travel blog entry by allons-yemily on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... This is by no means an exhaustive list of things I wanted to join, as I couldn't find the Bell Ringer, or the Icecream or Baking societies.
    The afternoon was not complete until Amali (a lovely girl from Paris who is studying physics with me) and I had scaled the rock climbing wall in the campus gym 3 times and I'd made us smoothies from a bike-powered blender.
    The evening saw me at a rehearsal with the Music Society in which we did Handel's Messiah (Harlerloogah... again...) and ...

    Edinburgh by day and night

    A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... idea of mine!!) Still plenty more to see and do here in Edinburgh.

    Sent Joe off for a beer with the locals while I write this up.

    Birthday dinner at The Witchery, literally 2 mins walk to the castle, could not have got any closer. It was very fine dining and we met an elderly lady celebrating her 80th birthday and she told Joe because it was her bithday she needed a kiss on the cheek. She then told Joe he doesn't do it by half she needed a kiss ...

    Day 7 Edinburgh!

    A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jun 03, 2014

    3 photos

    ... we had lunch in a cafe in the castle wall. Next, we toured around town walking down the royal mile to Holyrood house, one of the Queen's residencies. Finally we were easy to head back to our B&B on the coast. We hopped on a bus, after much deliberation over which one to choose, and made our way home. Well it turns out we chose the wrong bus. After an hour, or perhaps an hour and a half, I decided to ask the driver. He kindly laughed and ...

    So much plaid!

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Feb 01, 2014

    12 photos

    ... our museum just in the nick of time. We moved on down to old town which was a section of Edinburgh with very colorful buildings and shops. We went through a couple of them to see what they had. This area was focused more on artsy and not nearly as touristy. But old town was a short area and we found ourselves headed back to the Royal Mile.
    After some more walking, we decided to head to Arthur's Seat, which was the top of an extinct volcano ...

    Edinburgh Castle and surrounding area.

    A travel blog entry by blairn99 on Aug 11, 2013

    ... just a tourist exhibit, I suppose it tells the history of the castle but I wasn't impressed, I though Dunvegan, Blair and Inveraray castles were all a much more impressive visit. Don't get me wrong though there are areas of the castle that have the real exhibits on display and they are of course behind glass, these are what I found really interesting and this is why I would urge all to visit the castle if they are in Edinburgh. The cost of 16 pounds is OK given that you can spend ...