Royal Mile Backpackers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Mile Backpackers Edinburgh
This a very cozy hostel and the staff are super friendly! Although it seems everyone here in Scotland is quite friendly! I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to other travelers. The only inconvenience is that you have to haul your luggage up a flight of stairs, but it's worth it once you get there.
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Our first day in Scotland has been a blast, yet utterly exhausting! We took off from Chicago last night around 6pm and It was about an 8 hour flight, so it would've been about 2am in MN when we landed in Edinburgh, Scotland. But because of the 6 hour time change, it was actually 7:30am when we landed. So we haven't slept much if at all! The flight …
Off to York today , early start again. We head south toward England, a bit foggy so we don't realy see the border crossing . We went through Alynwick and saw the castle used in Harry Potter, we then headed to the market town of Richmond for lunch. Another lovely little town with castle,( this one used ...
One of the top sights in Edinburgh is the National Museum of
Scotland, an institution that consists of two main parts. One of those halves
is in a stately old Victorian building with a grand central courtyard and
displays many of the things you typically find in museums covering natural
history and ethnography, everything from costumes, artefacts, and traditions of
cultures that were exotic when the collections were first amassed in the ...
... any on comer. It has been in use for centuries upon centuries since and all sorts of things left in the dirt so long ago have since been re discovered and cherished. There is a old crumbling castle near the bottom but this is a newer Land mark, compared to the village remains. We soaked up the view and the history. At the top the tourists and the little midges swarmed with equal ferocity, so we left relatively soon and relished the view slightly ...
... stage and the fireworks. We headed home via the usual kebab shop for a well deserved sleep in. 2014 - Started with a full cooked breakfast (as it had every morning in the hotel) but this one was appreciated. We ventured into town around lunch time and headed up to Edinburgh castle. After standing in line for a while we had a 30 minute tour. The guide was great - dry jokes, concise and informative. We inspected all rooms the castle had to offer ...