Address: 19 Mayfield Rd, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH9 2NG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Prestonfield area of Edinburgh, is near Surgeons' Hall, The Queen's Hall, University of Edinburgh, and The Royal Observatory.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Land of the Scottish

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Dec 16, 2014

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... sound cool, is fundamentally flawed by the triangular shape of the trees, allowing huge gaps that defeat the purpose of a maze. There were two ice rinks, one more picturesque and the other more practical, as well as spinning rides that really failed to capture our interest. Thus we had filled the wait and, being 3 o'clock, our room was ready. Different to the rooms I am used to travelling in, we were really in a more hostel accommodation, although Will said it was very ...

Edinburgh Castle

A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 16, 2014

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... found the body and traced it back to Maggie, then tried and hanged her. But after her body was put in a coffin, they heard a noise and open the coffin to discover that she was still alive! Apparently she lived for 40 more years!. We ordered, ate, drank and were merry! We had been struggling trying to decide on doing a whisky tour so i asked the waiter if he had any he recommended. He'd never been so he had no recommendations however he ...

York-Jedburgh-Abbotsford-Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 07, 2014

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... the Act of Union, which joined Scotland and England together politically, and moved power from Edinburgh's old parliament to London's Westminster. By the late 18th century, Edinburgh was home to a rapidly expanding population of 35,000. The rich lived right on top of the poor, often quite literally, as housing was in the form of tenements which were several storeys high, with the poor living on the lower floors and the rich on the more desirable upper and middle ...

What??? No monster???

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on May 28, 2014

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... photos when we are zipping by.

One of the stops we had this afternoon, they had complimentary whisky tasting. One of the samples had been mixed with honey and so was very sweet - not to my taste at all.

We bought some take-away food on the way back to accommodation. Kaye thinks she is coming down with a cold, which would be a shame. Back to the room and another whisky sample.

Edinburgh is the Best Place. Ever.

A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Feb 20, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... and I, Dad had been cheating the people of Edinburgh and tampering with the weight of the meats he sold at the market! For this crime, he was to have his ear nailed to the Mercat Cross for 24 hours. People were then invited to spit, kick, and dump their bed pans on him. Luckily for him, it was not winter, and he was able to survive the punishment. Since the nail mark is so small, he could go on living ...