Quaich Guest House

87 St. Johns Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 6NN, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Bagpipes, Kilts and a Wee Bit of Scotch

A travel blog entry by europe2.0

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... for me. Poor Mary. Since it was winter we were unable to see the gardens. Kole's favorite part was the ruins of the Holyrood Abbey, which dates all the way back to 1128 AD. The palace started as the Abbey and continued to expand throughout the centuries to the palace it is today. Along with the palace, visitors have to option of touring the Queen's Gallery. The gallery displays art from the royal collection and it changes several times a ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by barbararogers1

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... grateful to Ruby for telling me the avocado and pine nut wrap was her favourite. I had one today and it was delicious. After lunch we walked to George Street, which is parallel with Princes Street, and where we knew there was a Cath Kidston shop. It was a lovely shop, but we couldn't decide what to buy and will have to go back later. We then walked to Princes Street and had a look in some of the Scottish souvenir shops ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by blairn99

... its hard to describe in words and I am not sure if I want either, its an experience, if you are at all patriotic to your country then this will move you. It doesn't matter where you call home, the idea of the tattoo is to salute the men and women who are out there protecting our freedom and liberties. There were performers from NZ from Scotland of course from Mongolia just to name a few. I can say no more except put it on your bucket list you will not regret ...

Scotland

A travel blog entry by sophevans

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... walking tour, so the next day we met our guide in reception, and he walked us into the city to start the tour. Our guide took us around the Old Town, pointing out landmarks and telling us stories. She showed us where JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter and some graves in the cemetery where she got ideas for character names (McGonagall, Tom Riddle etc!), told us stories about medieval Edinburgh, and ended the tour out the front of the castle. Anthea and I got some lunch, and ...

Edinburgh Castle

A travel blog entry by palomae

... castle of coarse is on the top of a old volcano so the Castle is sitting on top of volcanic rock. The view is wonderful if you could stay out there long enough due to the Freezing wind and temperature . We were able to go and view rooms and exhibitions and that helped our frost bitten bodies. The wind was strong enough in places to push you backwards. I would say it was at most 7c with ice winds from the north. It sure was something to ...

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This 3 star B&B, located in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Gorgie City Farm, Dean Gallery, and Lauriston Castle.
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