Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn

46 Dreghorn Link, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH13 9QR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fairmilehead area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Experience, The Royal Observatory, Torphin Hill Golf Club, and Lothianburn Golf Club.
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    Hello Scotland

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 24, 2014

    31 photos

    ... take pictures. The view was great. We could see the castle, Arthur's Seat (a mountain south of the city), our hotel, North Bridge, and the Firth of Forth to the north. On the way to the Hard Rock we went down a street that was pedestrian only, turned two corners and there it was. We went in and Larry got a pin with a bagpiper on it. He got a shot glass for Sonia, our sister-in-law and we got Derek a t-shirt. Then we walked to ...

    Suspence over....

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Jan 18, 2014


    ... br> 2) Fish:
    Went to the fishmonger around the corner to get my Friday dinner. I asked one of the guys how they were and he said 'terrible'. I asked why... he said because he was 'in here'. I said, 'well it's better than being in a sweet shop' (I told them the story of the Fish Church in Gothenburg, Maggie) and one of the others said, 'that's what I like to hear, do you want a job?'
    Well - they were after someone to work Fridays and Saturdays. I ...

    Soaking in the Ambiance (and Rain) of Scotland

    A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Dec 21, 2013

    6 comments, 62 photos

    ... made chronicling his wacky canine exploits, and his legend has traveled far (assuming you live in Britain). The second significant aspect of the cemetery is the presence of several gravestones bearing names like "Moody," "McGonagall," and even "Thomas Riddell," which served as inspiration as local author J.K. Rowling wrote some little-known cult favorite novels about potions and flying cars or something. Following the tour and a brief period of drying out at the hostel, ...

    Drop O' the good stuff!

    A travel blog entry by trinafindlay on Jun 11, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Islay. I don't think I could say that I didn't enjoy any of these, but the standout favourite was definitely Glenfarclas. It tasted exactly like a moist, rich fruit cake; just amazing! On the other hand, the Ardbeg was definitely not for the faint-hearted; smokier and much heavier on the peat than even a Laphroaig. Certainly not a session whisky, but one to remember, and perhaps to savour on the odd occasion, even if we will need to save up a while to enjoy it!

    By ...

    Ghosts, fire and steak and ale pie

    A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 01, 2012

    25 photos

    ... and dragged her Italian secretary (a man) out of the room only to stab him 56 times. (mum and I were wondering who was counting) before leaving him in her outer chamber in a pool of blood. (this stain on the floor is also pointed out although its quite possible it's just a discoloration of the wood) Outside there were beautiful ruins of an abbey that was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell and friends. Scotland has a very interesting, yet very violent history.