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Port Seton, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 6PN, United Kingdom | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on Port Seton, Edinburgh, is near Gullane Golf Club, Newhailes, Newhailes, and Fife Coastal Path.
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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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... tour and headed off.

The guide was very knowledgeable, understandable since she has a degree in history, and was very entertaining. The tour took in the main sights around the Old Town and a few of the New Town, pointing out places such as the Jekyll and Hyde Pub (try to find the toilet without the help of the publican - it's apparently a well-known challenge), the gardens which until recently were closed to the public, ...

Day at Lindisfarne

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 28, 2014

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Saturday morning, and we were making plans for the day. Dan and I wanted to see Edinburgh, but we weren't overly excited about it. There are some interesting things to see, but I had seen some of them before and that morning the city seemed crowded, expensive and kind of dingy in our minds. The buildings are made of sandstone, and many years of coalburning from stoves and the railroad trains really had their effect...the old city, especially, is really dark ...

A Day to Remember

A travel blog entry by donaldson2013 on Sep 26, 2013

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... and keys to them. I explained that we had luggage and Mom wasn't too mobile, and they said we had no choice. So, trek back the way I came and load up our stuff to prepare for the return journey. Luckily a girl from the office was in the lot by then, and picked up our keys and paperwork, as well a kind woman gave us her luggage cart, and we headed for the taxi stand. Finally, on our way to the hotel. Our hotel was 3 blocks away, a 3 pounds ...

Arthur's Seat and Holyrood Palace

A travel blog entry by rkeron on Jul 17, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

By Janice -- today Chris and I set out to exercise our rite of passage in Edinburgh by climbing to the summit of Arthur's Seat, a long dormant volcano set in Holyrood Park. The rather intense walk/climb up (which took close to an hour climbing one way) rewarded us with spectacular views of the city and gave us the bragging rights to have 'done it'!

We then rewarded ourselves with a visit to Holyrood Palace, Queen Elizabeth's residence ...

Off to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 02, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

... the dining room, used their facilities and then headed off to explore the town. Glasgow is meant to have a lot less sights than Edinburgh but it apparently has a more Scottish feel to it and has a good nightlife. We are probably only spending one night and so won't experience the night scene but we will be in Dublin for awhile and so can have a night out there. Pity though, lots of the bars/restaurants/clubs we wandered past had very cheap drinks and shots advertised. Anyway we sort ...

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