Allen Ramsay Hotel

Address: Carlops, By Penicuik, Carlops, Midlothian, Scotland, EH26 9NF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carlops, By Penicuik, Carlops, is near Edinburgh Crystal Visitor Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Carlops

Beauty Tips For Getting The Look You Want

A travel blog entry by markedbreeze637 on Sep 24, 13

... or peanut oil make wonderful all-over body moisturizers. They are very inexpensive and are scent free. If you want scent, you can add the essential oil of your choice. After your bath, slather walnut or peanut oil on lavishly. Wrap up in an old terry-cloth robe and curl up with a good book or a movie while your moisture treatment soaks in.

Caffeine is not always the best for your body, so consume sparingly if you want to maintain your beauty. It can make you ...

A wee taste of Scotland

A travel blog entry by nualamccullagh on Jun 29, 2013

2 comments, 49 photos

... was right across the street from our hostel, so we hung out there for a while, and then walked into town to find a pub and drink whisky (we were really into it by then!)

This morning we walked around the new part of the city more, and then hopped on a train at around 2pm. We just got back to Portsmouth at around 9:30pm! I have to pack up and be ready to go at 8:30 tomorrow morning, we are heading to Zurich and then Ascona!


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Edinburgh, haggis is only just the beginning

A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 27, 2012

18 photos

... up without support haha but I think we were all very glad we made it.

Hiked our way back down (surprisingly easier) to our scoped out Chinese restaurant and prepared ourselves for an amazing Christmas meal only to find! Shock horror...that the food was cold and kinda bad and the service was horrible...well maybe not such shock horror cos it was run by mainlanders XD haha, ah wells, normally I think I could've forgiven it but it ...

Edinburgh - I learn I can't read maps!

A travel blog entry by weirdlywired on Jun 24, 2012

1 comment, 2 photos

... my navigational skills can't be trusted!

Not a lot else to say.... a great nights sleep (very comfortable beds), the most extravagant & delicious breakfast I have ever had (so many courses freshly prepared) and a short walk back to the station (conceding defeat I left navigation to Jnr).

We were due to be on the 10.30 Edinburgh to Inverness train but the previous days chaos on the East Coast line was ...

How do you know that its summer in Scotland?

A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire on Jul 30, 2011

34 photos

... cold in the shady passenger (or 'chief navigator’ as she prefers to call herself) side. Out to the north of the van has been sunshine and blue sky with a rain storm visible to the south!

From Inverness we headed east across the north of Scotland. We did consider venturing a little further north but we were advised that ‘civilisation stops at Inverness’ so we thought we’d leave the highlands behind and start ...