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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    Edinburgh and Dinner in Kirknewton

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 18, 2015

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    Following my friend Andrew Milne's excellent guide to Edinburgh, we spent the day wandering the Royal Mile and its many pleasures followed by a tour of Edinburgh Castle. The castle was the most complete and impressive of the castles visited to date. It also had the most tourists. We spent some time in a Whiskey proprietorship admiring their stock of various Scottish single malts ranging from 60 pounds in value all the way to the winner, a ...

    I'm still here....

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Mar 01, 2015


    ... as I was a little too warm... yes, I'm weird. I know! Or could it be because I'm slow-roasting a beef casserole and the oven is on???
    - I'm teaching myself how to crochet! You'd be very pleased Nana and Aunty Margaret!
    - No other trips around yet - just saving for Aus trip in May for nearly 2.5 weeks. A very fleeting visit to MEL, SYD and MCY - and most days spent at the latter. I want ...

    The Great Divide

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Oct 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... that I needed one (Little did I know how true this was). We went to the café, I bought some bangers and mash & an Irn Bru (Yumm) everybody and there shopping go back on the bus and we completed our journey into the Scottish lowlands. We arrived in Edinburgh a few hours later and did a quick bus tour on the way to the hotel. We checked in and then got dressed up in our tartan for our Scottish Dinner. We arrived at the restaurant and all sat down. I ignored ...

    Day 2: Scotland of Old

    A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 16, 2014

    33 photos

    ... s are BIG "Harry Potter" fans, Emma in particular. And Edinburgh is literally the birthplace of the boy wizard. In these neighborhoods, the young single mother J.K. Rowling spent her days nursing a single cup of coffee, hunched over a laptop, struggling to bring an epic story to life. She had plenty of inspiration here. The brick side streets are reminiscent of Hogsmead, the "closes" have names that are used as characters in the books. ...

    Hoots toots och aye

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 10, 2014

    3 comments, 38 photos

    Day 9. After a leisurely start we caught the 11.32 am train from York to Edinburgh. The train goes past some magnificent country side and scenic coastal villages. At times we were right along side of the shoreline and the North Sea. We arrived at the Edinburgh Waverley station in the central downtown area shortly after 2 pm.

    Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and has a population approaching 1/2 million persons. It has many historic buildings ; ...