Sandilands Guest House

Address: 25 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 3HB, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Comely Bank area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Gallery, St. Mary's Cathedral, and Murrayfield Ice Rink.
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      Day 8 - Evening

      A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 13, 2014

      8 photos

      ... called Ghillie Dhu where we could experience some traditional music and dancing after dinner. The Indian place was good. I had the hardest time understanding the waiter. He had a double accent. His first language wasn't English and when he learned English he learned it with a Scottish accent. So to me he had a Scottish Indian accent. I heard a lot of double accents on this part of the trip. My favorite was the waiter from some slavic area with a Scottish ...


      A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 17, 2014

      ... all the distractions that are usually part of The Fringe. Some of our older actors got consistent praise. It was not necessarily their talent, but their understanding of how much you have to give every performance and how consistent you have to keep that level.
      Once we all have time to relax and to get away from this, the important thing will be to look back and to see what we could have done to improve ourselves. It is a good learning tool.

      Seafood Extravaganza!

      A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 07, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... got so big that eventually they closed off the ceiling, essentially burying the buildings underground, and built on top. So where we went down into what seemed to be a basement, it is actually the natural ground space. Very interesting and eye opening to see how people lived. Once that was finished we trekked across princess street and had a lovely lunch at Jaimie Oliver's ...

      From Paris, to London, Leeds and Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by quachie on Jan 08, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... be delayed, hawkers will all try and stop you and there are no lifts or stairs for my luggage which would not fit through the gates. Thankfully I arrive with half an hour to spare and take a breath. I am told by an old English lady to purchase some food as they do not serve any and I do so obligingly. On the Eurostar, I am seated next to a sexy Frenchman who works in London and has perfect English (no Eurotrip excusi moments happen - sorry Erin). As I am seated in first class, ...

      The Royal Mile 'Old Town' Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Dec 28, 2013

      45 photos

      ... and famous as the home of Mary Queen of Scotts. The residence was
      dark, dreary and cold; I would not have enjoyed being around in those days! The
      history was terribly interesting having collected the self guided audio guides;
      murders, betrayals and ceremonies. The gardens were particularly pretty!

      By the time we made it up to the castle it
      was getting too late to get enough value for the high entrance fee, it was
      closing in under an hour so we decided ...