Travel Blogs from Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Royal Deeside, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Royal Deeside

A travel blog entry by cath13

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... and they have done it up like it was way back when. Queen Victoria was rather height challenged. We then drove west to Aberdeen then took the coast road south to Edinburgh. The closer to Edinburgh the more rain. And that is the end of our road ...

Last Days in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Last Days in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi

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... dark after long hours of walking and adventure. Train trips to Stirling Castle, Pitlochry, and Glasgow have transported us outside Edinburgh from our flat to historic, scenic and cultural sites. Stirling Castle is a strong contrast to what is now "our" ...

In the footsteps of Rebus, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

In the footsteps of Rebus

A travel blog entry by katemc55

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Breakfast at the hotel proves to be lovely with fresh fruit yoghurt and warm baguette. Out to find the Oxford pub, frequented by Rebus, character in Ian Rankin novels that Peter reads. On the way we pass the 'Georgian House' off Charlotte Square from the ...

More Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

More Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi

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... the throne all fit together. One thing we learn is that we wouldn’t have wanted to have resided in Edinburgh when it was known as the smelliest city in Europe during its medieval years. Since there is little land space, ...

Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Holyrood Park

A travel blog entry by nothing

5

... mile and build the city chambers on top. what is underneath is a few closes (narrow streets) and houses that are open for tours. some parts supposedly haunted (like most everything in Edinburgh).. its really kewl to see the way people would have ...

A First Glimpse at Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

A First Glimpse at Scotland

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi

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... for grazing, farming and fuel, and forests have not since reclaimed the land. Before we know it, we’re pulling into Edinburgh station. The bustling crowds clearly signify that our "countryside" travel is over for a while - we are now in a city. ...

Early flight, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Early flight

A travel blog entry by k2ted

At Edinburgh airport, the journey begins. Why are flights always so early, so tired though that might be due to going for a drink with Alan last ...

Here's looking up ya kilt, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Here's looking up ya kilt

A travel blog entry by andrew_tammy

5

... old buildinbgs and old monuments and old statues you get the drift.  We are staying in a hotle right in the centre of edinburgh.  A bit like something out of fawlty tours really.  The floors slope and you can hear when George in room 309 ...

The Long and Winding Road, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

The Long and Winding Road

A travel blog entry by linds_eryn

... this morning and we got into Waverly Station at around 12:30 this afternoon. We then walked to our hostel...about 2 hours away!!! So far in Edinburgh we've had to pay to use the toilet at the mall, got kicked out of a table at the mall because we didnt ...

Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom travel blog

Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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Edinburgh, inexplicably pronounced edinburra, scotch whiskey is whisky, lakes are lochs, and so on - calling Scotland an English speaking country is a tenuous claim at best.  Crazy times, very striking town, climbed a hill, saw some countryside, ...

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