Palmerston Lodge Hostel

Address: 25 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 5AP, United Kingdom | 4 star hostel
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This 4 star hostel, located in the Haymarket area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, The Filmhouse, Usher Hall, and St. Mary's Cathedral.
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      Our Journey Home to Scotland

      A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Aug 04, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... in for the Sri Lankan Airways flight back to Heathrow. We just chilled and then quicker than we had expected we were able to check our bags in. We were in the front of the Queue.

      Checked in and of to the Security check in.No issues but it does take time to get through. We had a look at the duty free and then we found a nice bar where we had a couple of beers. We got chatting to a nice young girl from Dublin who was heading ...

      A City of Old and New and a Wizard or Two

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jun 27, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... glass windows filter in hazy rays of light that shine reverently on the stone walls. We walk the royal mile, heavily laden with tourist shops and the sounds of foreign languages mixed with Scottish accents. We walk to the National Museum of Scotland. Elizabeth is anxious to see it as their exhibits are quite extensive. When we arrive we see a crowd of people carrying yellow flags emblazoned with PSC. They cross the street and stand in front of the museum. The entrance to ...

      A wee Scottish tale about yer laddies and lasses

      A travel blog entry by chanelkind on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... housing, Princes street, the Royal Mile. You could see almost the entire city, words can’t describe how much it took my breath away. There were quite a few elderly Asians up there with their watercolour paint sets, their artwork was super impressive. I couldn’t believe the amount of detail that they put into their artwork, and yet as I watched them paint, their delicate brush strokes seemed so effortless. I was a tad jealous. After we ...


      A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... The tour was staged as a debate between a young man and an older gentleman. The young man took the angle that many of the great Scottish writers were heavily influenced by the pubs and sometimes debauchorous activities (women, drinking, etc.). The older man took an academic approach and the two co-mingled rather nicely. We heard about Burns and even heard a few of his poems, which was a real highlight to hear them in a Scottish ...

      Kilts, tattoos, and friends reunited

      A travel blog entry by boval on Aug 18, 2013

      1 comment, 116 photos

      ... repair place and picks me up to spend the day with her. Bo is keen to stay with the motorhome, and I'm not surprised, the place is a dump, with broken down caravans and motorhomes and they're all almost piled on top of each other. We couldn't find the place at first and then when we did we couldn't find the office. Turns out the office is one of the broken down old dirty caravans with papers stacked up along the wall of the caravan. We found the man ...