The Ayden Guest House

70, Pilrig Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 5AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Where Do I Begin...

A travel blog entry by mauveme

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... tried my first ‘Flapjack’ here – which is really a more ‘meaty/fudgy’ ANZAC biscuit which made me think of the latter. Ha! ANZAC day is coming up so voila!
A big hit so I made another batch after David (from the shop) helped my neighbour move a big pot. The butcher’s are quite happy for me to sell them – ‘better with a cuppa tea than Flapjacks’. Maybe Plan B???
Oh and apparently the boys had a drop-off from a Kiwi customer. ...

A Scottish Surprise

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria

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With multiple alarms buzzing & ringing, it was another 5am start to our day. We should be getting used to them by now, but no, it's still hard to drag yourself out of bed at that time of day despite the excitement of a trip ahead. We are getting more proficient in airport, having everything on hand for check in and everything tucked away for security screening - David didn't even get the usual 'you have been picked at random' for a second search - so there was a ...

The final road home

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

2

... 8217;s winter trip in that there was no snow this year. I generally go to the Alps etc in winter specially to get a bit of snow and give me some challenging adventures on the passes. Riding up and down passes on a simply dry road is just not as exciting as on a road full of snow and ice.

On a road full of ice and snow there is a mighty challenge of getting up the pass and I just love that challenge. However on a dry and ice free road there is simply no challenge at all and ...

Edinburgh- castles, haggis, and more castles.

A travel blog entry by a88y3

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Hello everybody. Today was our first full day in Edinburgh! We woke up (rather reluctantly), and got ready to face the day. We trudged down to the Premier inn barest restaurant, for breakfast. Then we walked down cobblestoned streets, lined with beautiful old stone buildings. We slowly made our way to the big bus station, then waited in the Prince's park for the tour bus to come. While we waited, we spotted some squirrels, climbing up a ...

Scotland

A travel blog entry by blairn99

2

... in New South Wales. there is a lot of Lochs with quaint little towns some with white wash buildings some with old stone bridges. In general the weather has been good today, mainly overcast but very little in the way of rain, a coupe of showers whilst driving. Inveraray is a quaint little town by the water, a couple of old boats that have been grounded off the old run down jetty that is now closed to the public due to being in poor condition. I don't think ...

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This hotel, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Old Town, Blair Castle, Greyfriars Bobby Memorial, and Brass Rubbing Centre.
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