Port Seton, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 6PN, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located on Port Seton, Edinburgh, is near Gullane Golf Club, Newhailes, Newhailes, and Fife Coastal Path.
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Hello uk

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 04, 2014

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... over here, it's awesome! We didn't get in until about 10pm and, even though it was still light outside, we settled in, had a cup of tea and headed to bed.

The next morning we had to change hostels due to unavailability for further nights at the Lighthouse so we moved closer in to town, to a more lively hostel called St Christopher's Inn, where we spent the next 2 nights.

That afternoon we joined in a free walking tour around the city. Our guide was an ...

A Wee Piece of Edinburgh!

A travel blog entry by deb.nicholls56 on May 14, 2014

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... 8217;. I happened upon a busker, surrounded by a huge
crowd. His voice seemed familiar. It was ‘Passenger’, busking to support the
Big Issue and promote his new album!

The walk was led by Hannah, very passionate and
entertaining, taking the group into closes, wynds and courtyards and explaining the
history and little known facts (secrets) of the Royal Mile. The walk wandered
it’s way up the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle, ...

From Edinburgh with love

A travel blog entry by taydubois on Oct 30, 2013

... Hogwarts. We also saw the street that inspired Diagon Alley (say diagnolly in a Scottish accent. That's where the name came from!) Come to find out, its the street that Finnegan's Wake is on. There is a seperate Harry Potter tour that you can take, for the super fans.

Back to the tour... My favorite place was Greyfriar's Cemetery. This is where Rowling would walk when she got writers block. The reason I loved it so much was because of the story of the grounds ...

Stunning Scotland

A travel blog entry by bridget.mallory on Aug 30, 2013

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I didn't really know what to expect from my tour of Scotland. As you all know, it was quite a spontaneous decision to book this, so I had not done my usual level of research into it. I honestly did not know much about the places we were going to see. The tour was run by Haggis Adventures, and our group of 29 (Aussies, NZers, Americans, Germans, English, Canadians, Polish and Brazilians) had an awesome guide called Andy to show ...

Highs and Lows

A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll on Aug 10, 2013

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... I still would have left. I thought this piece was dreadful.

Maybe it's because I grew up on the beach. The whole piece was of recollections of what it's like to be by the ocean. Lots of pointless nostalgia. It was all made so that the audience could have a collective memory together which I didn't understand the point of. Afterwards we discussed what could have been done better and how we would do it ourselves.

The ...

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