Eglinton Youth Hostel

Address: 18 Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 5DD, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Haymarket area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Gallery, St. Mary's Cathedral, and Institut Francais D'Ecosse.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

A Royal Holiday

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Sep 27, 2014

2 comments, 58 photos

... by the similarity of the architecture to Bath’s Circus and Crescent districts in England. Dating back to 1796 the Georgian House is refurbished with historical accuracy.

One knowledgeable docent explains the purpose of the fireplace screens. Because a large ...

Search for Lochie

A travel blog entry by kiwikidbys on Mar 30, 2014

43 photos

... to get out side and enjoy it though.
We made our way over to Fort William and to try and find Lochie. Megs and I went on an adventure walk along the Great Walkway which was really lovely. Meg brought her sword in case we came across any dragons or wayward lochness monsters. I managed to drag myself out for a couple of runs, so glad I did as it was very beautiful. It is very cool to run the amongst the sharp harsh mountains of ...

Hogmanay in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Dec 27, 2013

16 photos

... to Edinburgh the next day to start the 3 day NYE celebrations, starting with the torchlight procession, a symbolic tradition of bringing light into the new year. This involved people marching the streets with flaming torchlights, finishing at the top of the mountains to watch the fireworks. I unfortunately did not get to participate in this :( NYE finally arrived and Hogmanay is just one big street party with 4 stages of ...

Fury and Redemption

A travel blog entry by dexterdriscoll on Aug 13, 2013

1 photo

... I identified with was her nostalgia for childhood. I was so pleasantly surprised when she decided to read one of Robert Louis Stevenson's poems for children. It was a very sweet addition to the night and very appropriate in Edinburgh.

Philip Glass was unbelievable. The three pieces he played were so different and so compelling. I was riveted by his virtuosity. Patti said that she writes while listening to him and I understand why.


The final farewell and back to the real world

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jun 16, 2013

27 photos

... meant I got to spend the last day with Mam and Dad before they jetted of to Ireland.

We went out for an amazing lunch which all filled us up so much that I didn't eat dinner. An amazing steak sandwich - which we were all craving somewhat after two weeks of pizza and pasta. Then we all decided to be gutsy and all had a dessert too. It was amazing. We did a spot of shopping and then headed home to wait for Jason to get home. We sorted ...

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