Royal Mile Backpackers

Address: 105 High St., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 1SG, United Kingdom | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Old Town area of Edinburgh, is near Highland Explorer Tours, Edinburgh Hop on Hop Off, Scotline Tours, and Dunadd Fort.
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      Simply Scotland

      A travel blog entry by eblakemore on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... in the cemetery. His grave has become a tourist destination now. Some may say that it's disrespectful to come and take pictures of the stone but I wholeheartedly disagree; if I died and in life I was not super famous or popular and then all of a sudden 150 years later people are visiting my grave every day, I'd be like, awwww yeah!

      Oh also, there is an Elizabeth Riddle. This obviously means I ...

      Day 21 - Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by liambass on Sep 06, 2014

      ... section, which was also fairly interesting. Saw the statue of the dog that didn't leave its owners grave, or something - apparently there's a movie. Walked back to the hotel and went to dinner later at a restaurant nearby called first coast, which was DELICIOUS. Had a really nice fishcake & chicken breast, and pannacotta for ...

      Edinburgh Day One

      A travel blog entry by heymann on Aug 23, 2013

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      ... with some of our favorite soundtrack instrumentals, and the massed Scottish pipe bands were awesome. It's hard to explain the feeling you get when surrounded by hundreds of pipers in full Highland Regalia playing Scotland the Brave; it is both exciting and intense. The Tattoo concluded with all of the bands returning to play Auld Lang Syne, with the entire audience singing along to the words projected onto the castle. Overall, it was an amazing experience that will not soon be ...

      Bonny Scotland

      A travel blog entry by wgilbert on Jun 10, 2013

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      ... included a meal. The show was a real touristy type of show but enjoyable. They piped the haggis in......It actually wasn't to offensive if you didn't think about it, but I could only struggle through half. Steve ate all of his as did most of the group. Next morning we were up at 6.30 and we went to the gym, only had time
      for half an hour or so, but better than nothing. We have a tour of the ...

      Highlands and Lowlands

      A travel blog entry by angpuzzella on Nov 13, 2012

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      ... we freshened up and decided to hit the renowned party street known as Cowgate.

      We hit up several bars, and to be perfectly blunt had an amazing time and had a nice vibe at the same time. At points we might have come off as obnoxious Americans due to us singing rather loudly and our skillful dancing, but we were having a good time and that's what matters.

      The next day we went to Stirling Castle, which was nice but ...