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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    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by rachelscott on May 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... look sharp and dangerous. I took a cab because it was too far for me to walk in the state that I am. My driver was so nice, and we talked for a good while. He recommended restaurants and told me history. All the locals are very curious about Texas as well, so I have to inform them to visit Austin, and not San Antonio. He dropped me off right in from the of the church and bid be adieu with his business card. I walked inside expecting there to be a lot of ...

    Day 9 - Museum of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 09, 2015

    9 photos

    ... undergoing some renovations at the moment, so there's a number of galleries that are closed until 2016, when everything will be ready for the museum's 150th anniversary. Still, there was plenty to see, including an exhibition on video games, which was quite interesting (and put on by the ACMI in Melbourne funnily enough). Thanks to the renovations I didn't get to see Dolly, the first cloned sheep, but one of their more interesting ...

    Beautiful Edinburgh!

    A travel blog entry by philandalice on Aug 30, 2014

    168 photos

    ... Town and City Centre Edinburgh, where we had a pint and a panini for lunch before foraging onward to Edinburgh Castle (which was "closing in forty-five minutes" when we arrived). We were highly advised to return another day, but, again, we aren’t ones to face down a challenge, and we managed to see about seventy-five percent of the scenery (and imminent explosives) prior to closing time. As it was ...

    Day 1: Scotland

    A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... are on the planet- 7am-9am means traffic jams. And there's more...two more groups joining us will not be arriving until late morning/early afternoon, so our guide is going to DROP US OFF in downtown Edinburgh for the day so he can meet the other groups as they arrive. OK- we can do this!

    A couple of hours later, after a quick run-down of the city map, we're left to our own devices in the "New Town" part of Edinburgh, which ...

    A Wee Taste of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... the city. Although the climb is not particular hard, it is long, and it took dad and I a good 50 minutes to get to the top. When we got there, however, we were rewarded with a beautiful view of the city. The descent took just as long, and by the time we got down it was time for dinner. This time we grabbed dinner in a Japanese restaurant downtown, which ended up being quite good. Then we made our way home to grab an early nights sleep, as we were to be up at 6am for our highland tour the next ...