140 Dundas Street Lets In The City Edinburgh

Dundas Street, 140, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 5DQ, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Midlothian Ski Centre, Open Eye Gallery, i2 Art and Design, and Torrance Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Journey to the North - Part III

A travel blog entry by sadfanboy on Aug 08, 2014

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... to Sir Walter Scott, the new Parliament House (which has not endeared itself to the public, apparently), the history of the buildings along the Royal Mile, and some of the history of the old town around the western side of the castle. It was a very informative ride and I took that trip twice to get in all the sights.

I then hopped off on Waverley Bridge to transfer to another bus. I chatted with one of the tour arrangers ...

Day at Lindisfarne

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 28, 2014

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... looking (though the architecture is nice).

So my dear husband came up with a winning plan for us. When we were at Newcastle, I had wanted to see Lindisfarne, the Holy Island, in Northumberland, but time didn't allow. He knew I was a little disappointed about that and not seeing much of Bayeux, so he figured we could drive the 1 1/2 hours to Lindisfarne, see the island and get off of it before the tide came in. That's part of the uniqueness ...

A Day to Remember

A travel blog entry by donaldson2013 on Sep 26, 2013

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... and our guy earned 10 pounds and a sincere Thank You for getting us here!
The hotel is just a block off The Royal Mile, so is in an ideal spot, and the room booked for us is obviously for an assistance needed client, so it is large and the facilities are great. We are now having panini and salad for supper (in our room) and although it is only 7pm, we are settled in to rest up for tomorrow.

Talk again then



Arthur's Seat and Holyrood Palace

A travel blog entry by rkeron on Jul 17, 2013

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... Apparently, she was in residence a couple of weeks ago. An interesting tour of the palace which was lovely but sadly no pictures were allowed. Rather ornate and dreary in places but I suppose we should expect that. Did see the bed chamber of Mary Queen of Scots via winding stone steps up to the third level. Of course, we were nowhere near where the queen stays (2nd floor). It is really hard to believe that royaltry from hundreds of years ago ...

Off to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 02, 2013

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... our way through the main shopping streets and intentionally passed by a few buildings of interest. We checked out George square (a big open area containing many monuments and a memorial to world war soldiers), the national gallery building and the Clyde river. Most of the boats in the world were built here at one stage but this has changed dramatically over years. It was a nice walk though and the riverside walk led us to a pretty little park where there were lots of joggers ...

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