Ocean Hostel

Address: 55 Constitution St., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 7BG, United Kingdom | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Royal Yacht Britannia, Ocean Terminal, Kinloch Anderson, and Kojin.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Searching for Legends 2008

A travel blog entry by kiera_ on Feb 08, 2015

... in the queue for food). Ray had his priorities sorted as after we arrived about 3 bus loads of people arrived and the queue was massive. After lunch we drove along and saw Ben Nevis which is Scotland’s highest mountain. We traveled alongside the Caledonian Canal (Scotland was originally called Caledonia) and we arrived in Fort Augustus and the legendary Loch Ness. There was **** all people there. Mostly everyone on our tour bus went into ...

A Royal Holiday

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Sep 27, 2014

2 comments, 58 photos

... 8217;s ancient (dating from the ninth century) coronation stone. The British swiped it in 1296 and kept it under the coronation throne in Westminster until it was finally returned to Scotland in 1996 on the condition that it be returned to Westminster for use at all future ...

The Tattoo

A travel blog entry by georgelondon on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... have to look this one up on Wikipedia, and a performance of hakas by New Zealand Maoris (the same who are performing in the Tattoo).

At 6:30 a dozen of us passed through the layers of security outside of Edinburgh Castle. All of were members of the Friends of the Tattoo and paid 25 Scottish pounds (SPDs) for a two hour long tour of the facility. All men were required to wear ...

Day at Lindisfarne

A travel blog entry by kathmom on Jun 28, 2014

16 photos

... exactly like Disneyland, as we heard one American say, but there was definitely a slight urgency in the noticeable crowd of people heading for their cars before the tide came in.

The monastery and Christian work on Lindisfarne was started 634 AD by Aidan, an Irish monk from Iona, at the invitation of King Oswald, who also helped translate for him to the Anglo-Saxons. Ministry went on there until Vikings attacked in 793. In the meantime, the ...

My Journal of the Driving Trip

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Apr 13, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... about. I’ll try and paint a picture for you. Bald head, about 5 ft 11, wearing runners with jeans, ears pointing out and mangled, hugely thick accent, using words like 'lad’ and ‘****’. It appears that the more north we get, the more there are around. It was days like today I wish my mate Maki was around – having him next to me in the pub would gain me some street cred.

Day 90 – Glasgow to Drumnadrochit (Loch ...