Address: The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 1SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, 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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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Day 10 - Evening

A travel blog entry by the10s on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 34 photos

... 160; A series of lanes and alleyways grew out of this long street, falling away to either side – these are the 'wynds’ or ‘closes’ where Old Town folk made their residences. <b>Who was Mary King?</b> Closes were named after the most prominent citizen or the most commonly found business to be on the close.  Documents show that Mary King was a prominent businesswoman in the 1630’s.  At that time she was a widow and ...


A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 09, 2014

64 photos

... of Brodie's life and character in his story of a split personality, 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde'. Greyfriars Bobby Pub The inscription on the fountain sculpture, which can still be seen, reads: “A tribute to the affectionate fidelity of Greyfriars Bobby. In 1858 this faithful dog followed the remains of his master to Greyfriars Churchyard and lingered near the spot until his death in 1872, We then went into ...

York-Jedburgh-Abbotsford-Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 07, 2014

7 photos

... the world's largest planned city development, was completed in 1810. In 1822 King George IV made his historic visit to the city. By then, Edinburgh was already Britain's most important financial city outside London, and, due to its neo-classical architecture, was known as `the Athens of the North'. Activities Begin at Edinburgh Castle, Scotland's number one visitor attraction, which sits on its own volcanic rock at the top of the Royal Mile. View the Scottish ...

Still travelling

A travel blog entry by franw56 on Jun 24, 2014

11 photos

... capabilities and security control. It was really interesting but was also quite depressing given that the bunker was only for the Scottish government officials but the local people would be rejected. The Queen would also have been moved here in the event of a nuclear attack, if she happened to be in Edinburgh at the time.

On the way home we visited Crail which is built around a harbour and was another typical pretty little village ...

Meeting Up

A travel blog entry by aprilmaeeads on Jun 20, 2014

8 photos

... buzzing around, whisky (yes, I did spell that right!), kilts, and
interesting things to see. There are monuments, cemeteries, and churches

I arrived at the hostel before Laura and Andrew.
I paid for my bed and packed my stuff away.

If you have never stayed in a hostel, allow me
to elaborate. Hostels are basically college dorms with rooms housing more than
two students. The room I booked for Andrew, Laura, ...