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 Mounted Gallery.
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    Day One of The Fringe

    A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... and I sucked, as we struggled mightily with our torture devices. The kids soldiered on and I was very proud of them. Steve's stand light blew up. Too much power. So He and I shared my light. The result is neither of us could see the music. We are also hidden off the side and so I cannot see a blessed thing. My fingers at this point were raw. I also could not find my pics in the dark so while my left hand was just being mangled, ...

    Palace of Holyroodhouse

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... little museum with some of her possessions. Also a pair if Bonnie Prince Charles' pistols.

    Adjoining the Palace is the Abbey founded in 1128 by King David 1. It was abandoned after the roof collapsed in 1768. The Palace and Abbey are overlooked by Arthur's seat, one of a group of hills dominating Edinburgh's skyline.

    We drove into the town for lunch and a spot of shopping. The sun came out, and ...

    Sights, Signs and Walls of Ireland and Scotland

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Sep 16, 2013

    3 comments, 35 photos

    There have been a few themes or categories of images that have impressed me on this trip, so far. I've been intrigued by the use of stone construction in Ireland and Scotland. Every plot of land and roadside is lined with a stone fence or wall. Many of the houses are built with stone (walls two feet thick). Of course, all of the castles are constructed with stone. I've also been interested in the signs I've seen along the way. Messages at crosswalks, traffic signs and even ...

    Edinburgh - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 19, 2013

    24 photos

    ... red light district is called the Pubic Triangle and many a man has been lost in this part of town"; "At nine-theerty...."

    Local seafood includes cod, haddock, placis (a white fish) and mussels. Haggis is their infamous food, which we discovered AFTERWARDS is sheep's intestines. We are hoping to find the 'oldest pub in Scotland called the 'Sheep's Heid' (which means head) while we are here.

    We ended up having a quiet evening on the ship after a full day of ...

    Fun times with Haggis

    A travel blog entry by robinsoncruiser on Jun 24, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Louis Stevenson and quotes from all sorts of Scottish poets and
    writers. A warm wee haven for a while!
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