Royal Mile Backpackers

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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    Pipers, Castles, Dreams and Bucket Lists

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 19, 2014

    51 photos

    ... organization and give over 5 million pounds a year to charities. OK enough of the dry stuff. This year we have military performers from New Zealand to Canada (Yeah! Port Dover to be exact!) with many performers coming from Scotland and England. There is a commentator who tells you who is performing and what they are performing. There are dancers from Te Matantini Maori (New Zealand) right along side the New Zealand Highland Dancers. The story is basically "Our Home, Friends ...

    Ghosts of Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 09, 2014

    83 photos

    ... are unbelievable! Anything you want, you can surely find one as Nessy the monster. Any yes, I did buy a trashy key ring!!

    We then drove to the actual lake to look for something….anything.

    Interesting though, the Loch is the largest and deepest Loch (lake) in the UK, 235 m deep, it can fit ever human in the world 3 times over! Although we didn’t see any heads or tails sticking out of the water, we did see some unusual ripples ...

    Sunday and Monday in Lovely Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by rkzohm on Jul 21, 2013

    11 photos

    ... just seen days before. The girls seemed somewhat less riveted to the TV with noses in books. I did sound a bit of a fool saying “see there is the ferris wheel we saw and the pyramid at the Louvre…see…seeeeee”. After a few comments such as this generating little more than a vague “uhh huhhh” I kept my comments to myself. Paris did look lovely though as the sun was setting at the Arc de Triomph. It really is quite the magical ...

    What a long Day!

    A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 03, 2012


    ... were not ready. ...

    End of the Royal Mile and End of the Tournament

    A travel blog entry by kec100 on Jul 23, 2011

    28 photos

    ... she used them from 1561 - 1567. James VI lived at Holyrood from age 13 until he was also crowned James I of England and moved to London in 1607. Thereafter, kings continued to use Holyrood as the official residence in Scotland until Scotland and England were united in 1701. After that it was put to other uses and frequently went through periods of neglect.

    The earliest buildings on the grounds are those ...