The Hedges Guesthouse

19 Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH7 5EB, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Back to London to follow the Pilgrims

A travel blog entry by sindlen

... I mentioned that we were in the spot where it got icy, at which point ian skidded - he had been holding his change in his hand in his pocket and as his hand came out to help him balance coins went everywhere (we keep forgetting to get our change when it is a couple of pence). We then walked quickly to the train station - of course the train was leaving from the platform the furtherest from where we entered. We hadn't got sandwiches or papers, so Ian gave me the tickets and went off ...

Wanderings around Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by cbail32


... chemist things to buy some nail clippers. I asked the sales assistant where she kept her nail clippers, she asked if it was for me. Yes I said, in that case you'd be better off with toenail clippers for those fingers. Gee thanks, nothing like being told you actually have a big toe for a thumb. They worked a treat, back to nose picking in safety. After a wee rest in my room, I decided to go for a walk about the neighbourhood. It was dark but there were ...

Wendy's story - Scotland, Ireland/Nthn Ireland

A travel blog entry by ourgrandtour


... people and more rain.

From the chatty taxi driver in Belfast who wanted to leave without Daniel to the Dublin taxi driver who spent the whole drive humourously telling us about his pram shopping expedition with his family! From meeting Paddy Mallon in Dungannon to meeting 40,000 Americans in Dublin for the Notre Dame –v- Navy football game – it was a wonderful trip.

The coastline ...

Fury and Redemption

A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll


... I identified with was her nostalgia for childhood. I was so pleasantly surprised when she decided to read one of Robert Louis Stevenson's poems for children. It was a very sweet addition to the night and very appropriate in Edinburgh.

Philip Glass was unbelievable. The three pieces he played were so different and so compelling. I was riveted by his virtuosity. Patti said that she writes while listening to him and I understand why.


Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall


... the stories were being told. At the same time magic was introduced to make the legend and story more interesting, and that the real Arthur and Merlin was nothing of the sort, but rather real people. He said that the pulling the sword out of the stone was a metaphor. I will definitely be looking for the book to come out. As we were leaving I asked if I could take pictures inside, and he said, unfortunately, they don’t allow that. Then he paused as we ...

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This B&B, located in the Easter Road area of Edinburgh, is near Calton Hill, Edinburgh Playhouse, Playhouse Theatre, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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