The Town House

Address: 65 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 9NU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Fountainbridge area of Edinburgh, is near The Traverse, FountainPark, Lupe Pinto's, and Bike Trax.
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The Royal 1.6km

A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 18, 2015

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... all. It had plenty of ordinary graves, but also a lot of enclosures, apparently empty, that were some kind of tomb or mausoleum - I don't know what the correct term would be. These were actually built onto the walls of the neighbouring houses. There was even a sign listing the famous people buried there, but I didn't know anyone until the very last: William McGonagall, widely acknowledged as the worst poet in the world. Have a look at this ...

From Edinburgh with love

A travel blog entry by taydubois on Oct 30, 2013

... man scottish band playing guitar. Kathleen and I found two seats at the bar and relaxed. We stayed there for a bit and then decided to go to bed since we had a big hiking day coming up.

The next morning, we woke up to hike Arthur's Seat. This is a hill that is opposite of he castle, right next to the Palace where the Queen stays when she's in Scotland. We began walking, and were halfway up a hill when we decided it was too easy. We turned around and saw the real Arthur's ...

It's heavin !

A travel blog entry by janetanne on Aug 01, 2013

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... Adam and myself. Foodies Festival celebrates all things edible with an exciting line-up of celebrity chefs, alongside pop-up restaurants and stalls packed with fresh local produce. The seasoned scents of food from round the corner or all over the world will waft through the leafy grounds of Inverleith Park and I am sure we will leave with full bellies.

Well folks until next time I will leave you ...

Last word on the train.

A travel blog entry by thankyourb on Apr 08, 2013

... my works. I should memorise more words and I can do it if I keep a habit. Oh, my girl. Can you just feel how much I love you now? No, you can't. Distance is a devil. It ruins everything. I know. I just love you and can hardly forget you. Please just give up hope on me. I love you more than my life. Maybe it's a good thing for me to be alone for some days. After going all the way here, being alone is the only way to achieve egoism. I need ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by derekdriscoll on Jul 02, 2012

... the worlds largest scotch whiskey cellar. While in there they teach you how to drink it. I guess like wine, swirl, check out the legs, sniff 3 times to get the true smell, then drink. If you add a bit of water it changes the taste as well. Finished that got to keep my glass. The. Went down to the shop where they were sampling Johnny Walker Blue label. £189 a bottle. Came back to the hostel, a matching band went by playing drums and penny whistles I believe. No idea what it ...