Borthwick Castle

Address: North Middleton, North Middleton, Midlothian, Scotland, EH23 4QY, United Kingdom | Castle
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This castle, located in the Prestonfield area of North Middleton, is near Craigmillar Castle, Surgeons' Hall, University of Edinburgh, and The Queen's Hall.
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Travel Blogs from North Middleton

Our European Adventure - Chapter 5

A travel blog entry by brods1 on Aug 26, 2015

10 photos

... we only spent an hour in the place i'm not really qualified to comment futher. We arrive in Edinburgh just before lunch and with my trusty Google leading the way, we walk the 2.7kms to our accomodation. Now Google has been very good on this trip, and it didn't let me down this time. I, on the other hand, am not as reliable so when we arrive at our destination (I thought), and knock on the door, and receive no answer, despite the fact our host was supposed to be waiting for us, ...

Broughton Road etc

A travel blog entry by uktrip on Jul 14, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

Between visits to the UK, we forget how they don't seem to have any packaged bread that isn't a close cousin to cardboard and the so called artisan breads sold in supermarkets have the same basic recipe with a few large, teeth-crackable seeds thrown in but we have finally found somewhere to buy decent albeit expensive bread. Stockbridge market, held just around the corner every Sunday has a bread stall with an edible product. ...

Edinburgh, oh how I love thee!!

A travel blog entry by megz194 on Mar 30, 2015

4 photos

... on a walking tour of the city itself, which has such rich culture and history. We also got a chance to visit the National Museum of Scotland - definitely worth a visit.

On our last day, we climbed Arthur's Seat - the highest peak in Edinburgh. What a view!! We took so many photos, and even listened to good old Reece Mastin at the peak :P

Onto Glasgow.....


Last day in edinburrrrrrgh

A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 17, 2014

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... to see The Royal Britannia". This is the queens private ship. We make our way over and wind up in a restricted zone, and vacated quickly. Turns out the entrance was through the mall. Yes...the mall....or as I call it, the danger zone!! We were traveling with 4 teenagers, once they saw the mall we were done for. We kept everything moving in the mall and didn't let anyone go into any store. The entrance for the Britannia was on the second level all the way ...

Close - another guessing game

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 02, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... and it is on great display on the mile. There are magic acts, juggling acts, silly acts, posing characters, music, buskers, and young people everywhere trying to get you to come to plays in the afternoon or the evening. Not to mention the 1000s of people roaming the streets looking specifically for all the above. We finally reached our destination. Holyrood is one of the Queen's abodes in when she visits Scotland. She conducts business here; ...