The Conifers Guest House

Address: 56 Pilrig St., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 5AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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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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    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... next week. I was told the population of Edinburgh doubles over the next few weeks, so i am glad i wont be here for the chaos. Fiona tells me a lot of the local leave home and travel while the events are on.
    My legs are starting to feel very tired and sore. I think i have either overdone the walking or just showing my age. I think i need to rest up for a few days when i get to Amsterdam. Might even buy a used bicycle and bike it around the city.

    Edinburgh Castle

    A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... are older than the British Crown Jewels. George learnt the rather large cannon called Mons Meg was so heavy that it took 100 men to drag it around just 3 miles a day. Zoe learnt that there are 5 stained glass windows in St Margaret's Chapel inside the castle, which is also the oldest building in Edinburgh. I learnt that the one o'clock cannon is not fired on Sundays, bother, so we hope that we can stand near the castle tomorrow ...

    Pipers, Castles, Dreams and Bucket Lists

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 19, 2014

    38 photos

    ... how people cooked, entertained, carried on business, etc. during that time period. The staff really bring to life the history of Edinburgh. The furnishings are marvelous to look at. They have rosewood tables and clocks, mahogany cabinets with intricate inlays. There are two floors to go through and about seven rooms, it takes about an hour and a half to two hours (if you engage the volunteers, like I do). Once again well worth the time and money. We head back out to the street to ...

    First trip.

    A travel blog entry by toniiixx on Aug 02, 2014

    ... We found a bar with music, that closed at 5am, by this point i was ready for bed, I also had to check out of my hostel at 10am! I'd crawl into my bed soon hoping not I wake up hungover and to get a good few hours sleep. I woke up at 7, luckily not much of a hangover here, Is left my bags in the hostel and headed up hill to 'Arthur's seat' after walking around the city in the warmth this time, we headed back to the hostel to get my suitcase, back to town to find the ...

    The Royal Mile

    A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Jul 24, 2014

    5 photos

    Having started the Royal Mile yesterday, today I was setting off to complete it. Headed in fairly early to give myself as much time as possible. I got into the town alright, but the next bus I needed only runs every half an hour and I just missed it, so it decided to leg it. It was a bit of a steep walk, but not too terrible. First stop was the Canongate Kirk, only to discover it wasn't open yet... So I went instead to Dunbar's Close, which has a garden down it set up as it ...