Abbey Lodge Hotel

Address: 137 Drum Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH17 8RJ, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Gilmerton area of Edinburgh, is near Craigmillar Castle, Butterfly and Insect World, Edinburgh Experience, and Kings Acre Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Actually it's more like EDIN-bouragh

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Feb 19, 2015


... length about it). Was there because Scotland gives all EU residents (except for the English) free education. Most countries in the EU have socialized secondary education so that all have access to University. Therefore, most people have college degrees. England does not have free education, but they have a system where once you graduate, you don't have to pay back your student loans until you earn a certain level of income each year, so if you go ...

Motor Homing Scotland!!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 13, 2014

... We came across a lady walking her dogs who just so happened to know where it was and took us to the turn off. It was so overgrown its no wonder we missed it! They had a few of the chieftain graves in there that they had relocated from a different spot. After our visit to the cemetery we headed back into Inverness and to the airport to drop Sonya off so she could head back to London to meet some friends. From Inverness we did a drive into but not go into the Cawdor Castle. We had ...

Edinburgh, Royal Mile to the Castle

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jul 23, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... of War exhibition. It's also the birthplace of James VI, the first King to rule over Scotland and England. This mighty fortress is truly a remarkable place. Each exhibit is fascinating and we were lucky enough to be there during the changing of the guards and the One o'clock Gun.

After the castle, we decided to wonder around more and explore the side streets ...

A Warm Welcome to a Baltic Country

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 18, 2014

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... into shorts. It was to celebrate the city and included many live music stages, stalls selling foods and crafts, and a renaissance fair in the castle grounds. This was lovely to walk around- the city is so peaceful, clean and green. There are a few churches which we admired from the outside but have chosen to visit tomorrow. We had a late lunch at a restaurant recommended in our Lonely Planet guide called "Berneliu Uzveiga" which had a beautiful ...

Day 106: The sights of Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 31, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

About half of our room was up early for flights or tours so we decided to also get an early start to the day. We did not have an official plan, we didn't even really want to use a map. We just wanted to see what we could find while wandering among the brick buildings and cute streets.

We came upon a cemetery first. John remembered the cemetery from a ghost tour that he did 10 years ago when he visited this city with his brother Bobby and friend Matt. Greyfriars cemetery ...

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