Penny Airey- No.38 Bed & Breakfast

Address: 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 Diva.
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        Edinburgh Old Town

        A travel blog entry by spunkandatrunk on Sep 11, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... castle we visited the war memorial and inside they have all the names of the Scots that died and in the WW1 book of names I was able to locate my Scottish family name of Mowatt. In the book store I was able to find the clan name and Tartin. Within the castle they do have an office where you can look up your family crest if you know the name or clan you are associated with.

        If that wasn't enough action we then walked through the Princess Street ...

        Day 12

        A travel blog entry by jonewgrosh on May 18, 2015

        5 comments, 21 photos

        ... in before I fall fast asleep.

        It has been a big day!!

        PS. Check out the vending machine in the ladies room at The Fiddlers Arms....hilarious!!

        PPS. New food tried....why haggis of course!! I guess not the traditional kind as it was crumbed and deep fried but still, they called it Haggis and I ate it. Verdict: it was ok..didn't smell like I thought it would. Would I order it again....No. Oh and they had a vegetarian option. How is that even possible??



        A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Dec 07, 2014

        ... starting at the Tron where you might lose an ear for ripping someone off. We looked up at the "skyscrapers" of Edinburgh, seeing trip step security and avoided getting "****-faced".
        We saw Philosophers in Greek robes, a mini parthenon and other attempted Greek ruins in this "Athens of the north" and the most famous statue of all...Greyfriars Bobby (FYI: don't pat his nose).
        Speaking of Philosophers, we saw where Jo Rowling got a lot of inspiration ...

        Simply Scotland

        A travel blog entry by eblakemore on Dec 05, 2014

        89 photos

        ... was a dog in the late 19th century that supposedly sat next to his owner's grave in Greyfriars Cemetery for 14 years until his death in 1872. He was said to have lived off of food locals gave him and played with the children who visited him in the graveyard. The statue there memorializes him for his dedication and loyalty.


        The Castle

        A travel blog entry by juliemsmith on Sep 15, 2014

        5 comments, 3 photos

        Up to now the weather has been beautiful apart from a few mornings being a little foggy! Today Scotland turned on its usual weather I would suggest! Low cloud & constant drizzle! A top day for visiting the Castle! Brekkie at about 8.30am. Decided to take the car back to Waverley Bridge as we were going to the Castle & would not need it. Well, that was fun. Apart from a few minor diversions, we got the car to the Europcar drop off point at Waverley Station. Walked up ...