Dundas Castle

Address: \N, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH30 9SP, United Kingdom | Castle
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This castle, located on \N, Edinburgh, is near Inchcolm Abbey, John Knox House Museum, Queensferry Museum, and Ferrie Scarie Tours.
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    A Tapastry of People

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Mar 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... breathe in too deeply when smelling whiskey. Potent. It was nice though, I sat there and made 30ml of liquid last 90 minutes while I was listening to some music being played next to me. It was so relaxing! I had a drink bought for me then, which was nice. Overall it was a very whiskey based day, and the people I met made the whole day. I'd even go as far as saying I'd like to see a few of them again in their home countries...or tomorrow. Tomorrow would be nice. Lisa ...

    Break Part 2 - Lovely Lothian

    A travel blog entry by tatianameeker on Nov 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... you book them. You should look at location, price, cleanliness, and the feedback given by others. It’s great if you find a really cheap hostel, but you don’t want to have to spend the money you saved on transportation to get into the city. Anyways, use common sense. And if you ever go to Edinburgh, stay in Budget Backpackers!

    Edinburgh was a beautiful city, with very medieval architecture in some areas. We didn’t go into the castle since it cost ...

    Stirling Castle, Brave Heart

    A travel blog entry by hunterstrip on Aug 20, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... into a room that had over 3,500 bottles of whiskey. Most of them were very expensive and we were told that one cost as much as 16,000 pounds. I can't imagine paying that much for a drink. Next they explained how the whiskeys from different regions tasted and smelt different. We got a card that we rubbed and then smelled and you could really smell the difference from one region to the other. I was pretty good at working out what the smells were like. Next came the ...

    Exploring Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by mcffamily on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... writing the books (which she did at various coffee shops around town).

    Edinburgh is such a beautiful city and the streets are fascinating as they wind in and out , above and below, to fit the topography of the land which is, in places, very steep.

    We saw Edinburgh castle ( which we will visit tomorrow). There is a huge stadium set up in front of it in preparation for the Edinburgh Tattoo which is on ...

    So Much to Tell

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Oct 25, 2013

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... a hill. Hmmm, there’s got to be a better way than this – with a large suitcase of about 20+kg and a smaller suitcase of about 10kg... walked BACK down the hill and back to the station. Luggage storage 9 per item – through a private company! What the hell – I’ll leave the big one!

    Went back up the hill and found Romina – in her family’s cafe - trying to tackle an Excel spreadsheet. She organised a meeting to see the ...