Six Brunton Place Guest House

6 Brunton Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH7 5EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $123.00
 

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A Royal Flush

A travel blog entry by traveleasy

16

... the Stuarts). It was almost like it was all still current.

Walked down from the Castle and caught a HOHO bus to a spot where we could pick up a HOHO bus to take us out to the Royal Yacht Brittania. We had thoughts of taking afternoon tea on the ship, but by the time we got to the dining area it was about lunchtime and the place was packed and a large queue waiting It was interesting to hear that the group that was ...

Loch Awe to awesome Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by cbail32

12

... shops selling authentic tartan with bagpipe music blaring from them. When I first arrived in the UK I had thought I would be seeing lots of pale under sunned people, however it would seem the magic of fake tan has been discovered by the locals, mainly the females. I keep making little gasping noises as the next young lady with a slight orange tinge goes past me. A full day of Edinburghing for tomorrow, I might even buy an 'I Love Scotland' shirt from one of the bagpipe playing ...

Mental Moral Tug o War

A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll

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While I watched this piece I really enjoyed how it was staged and the techniques they used in performance (e.g. The shadow times and music). Interestingly it really made me think a lot about race not in terms of the content of the show, but within popular performance in general. I found myself almost getting angry at points because most of the pieces I see that aren't produced by white people deal only with dark issues in the way Cadre did. It makes me mad because so often ...

The Festival City

A travel blog entry by burkley

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... to convince you to see a Fringe show. Edinburgh has their Mad August rather than Mad March that Adelaide has but what is noticeably different is how much more the city takes on the event and creates an atmosphere of entertainment and fun day and night.

Continuing down the Royal mile we stopped for lunch and some great soup before taking in the People's Story which was a great little exhibition of explaining Edinburgh life over the last 300 years.
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Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall

127

... 8217;s Monument upon it. National Monument appears to be in the form of Greek columns, and Nelson’s Monument appears to be a giant obelisk. I’ll have to look into what these two items are at a later time.

I took an alternate route down the hillside, and discovered it was a much easier and gentler slope. It would have made my trek up much easier had I found it. Arriving at the bottom, I finally came upon a map that showed the ...

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This hotel, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Calton Hill, Edinburgh Playhouse, Playhouse Theatre, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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