The Citadel

45 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6, United Kingdom | B&B
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Edinburgh tour, Royal Yacht Britannia

A travel blog entry by philscott


Edinburgh is 57 degrees North. kGeorgian new town built in the 1760's n, the Main Street - the Royal mile. Referendum in September in 2014 to separate from England. St Mary 's Episcopalian Cathedral beautiful Satined glass and choir today Stone is dark sandstone because of the soot from the fires. Ed Castle, the second largest castle in the UK. K Prestonfield - where we will be having dinner tonight Scottish dinner and ...

Roman ruins and Hadrian's wall

A travel blog entry by cath13


... ruins, this time up a steepish hill which gave great views of the surrounding countryside. The neighbouring farmer moved a mob of sheep when we got there and the movement and sound of the sheep got a large amount of attention from the tourists. Jo and I climbed a fence so we could get down to a section of the wall, a bit no hum after all the lovely stone fences we have seen in paddocks along the way... We then headed to Scotland via ...

Drop O' the good stuff!

A travel blog entry by trinafindlay


We caught the bus from just outside our apartments into Edinburgh this morning. It was quite surreal as we rounded the top of Leith Walk, remembering previous trips to this beautiful city, my soul's home and where so many happy memories of my childhood were born.

Despite the construction of the tram and the addition of so many new and shiny buildings, the heart of the old place still remains so warm and rich, and as soon as I stepped off the bus by Waverley station, I knew I ...

Poppin' n Lochin'

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold


... a large scale game of gang tiggy. One of our more bizarre city welcomes. The following day was spent walking around town where we visited the Gallery of Modern Art which neither of us could get our heads around. Umbrella on the ground? Supersized chalk? Polystyrene phones? Ari was more excited about the crane eating the building outside, it looked like a dinosaur.

We then cheated on Harold and said some teary goodbyes as we left him at Edinburgh Airport for a wilder ...

Fringe Fest & Hairy Coos!

A travel blog entry by shishan


... of shadow puppetry and Sammy's over-enthusiastic handling of it (defying gravity to annoy Randy) - I swear we both were in uncontrollable fits of laughter. I think you even beat my fave Adam Hills this time round; but only because his show this year was heavily concentrated on audience participation instead of his usual stand-up routine.

We just missed out on "Austentatious" though, which was a free improv show of an Austen ...


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