Gilmore City Centre Guest House

Address: 51 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 9NT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fountainbridge area of Edinburgh, is near FountainPark, The Traverse, Bike Trax, and Lupe Pinto's.
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        A travel blog entry by geoffandcourts on Sep 21, 2015

        What a city, stunning old buildings and an instant feel of history. We wandered round the cobble streets taking in all the sights. EDINBURGH......... Where to start, amazing buildings and cobble streets. Size and scale are not done justice in photos, they need to be seen in person to be fully appreciated You get an instant feel of history the moment you get off ...

        Edinburgh - Almost the Capital City of New Nation

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 11, 2015

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        ... early 1800s. Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park is the highest of all at over 700 feet for great views across the city. Back home I’m used to getting such views from the top of manmade buildings rather than the natural topography.

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        A wonderful day

        A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Mar 26, 2015

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        ... was too cute for my little 'be normal' gland to handle.  The castle was really interesting, and talked a lot about the rich military history. Not something I was all that huge on (war that is), but I have to say I felt rather patrioticly Scottish walking around there with my pale skin and McPhee to my name.  I am clearly born to be Scottish.  After that, I headed back towards the hostel and decided to spend my last evening of ...

        The Layered City

        A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 27, 2014

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        I've made it a habit to bring Italo Calvino's book Invisible Cities with me when I travel. I have never actually finished the book (the magic feels like it will fade away if you do that, so the last few entries in the book have been left unread), but it's a collection of impressions and descriptions of the places travelled to by Marco Polo. He notes down little summaries of the cities to describe it to Kublai Khan, who is a great, powerful and head-strong ...

        Nothing like live theater

        A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 01, 2014

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        ... shows/performers there are. The press conference was by invitation only. The venue selects what they think will be the best of the best to show off a 4min. Set for the press. One of our girls sang her solo and destroyed it. The press ate it up. Later in the evening we found out our ticket reservations jumped 30 more seats for the next day. Hopefully that had an impact. Another form of advertising for your production is doing love performance son high street. If you ...