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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Castles and the Military Tattoo

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Aug 27, 2015

2 comments, 64 photos

... We briefly went into the Military Museum and then decided to leave as it was an hour later than we had paid to stay in the car park. There were still several things to see but I think we saw the main things. We had a quick snack at the Unicorn Cafe at the castle. We all had shortbread, Larry had another pastry, Erin had a scone and I had yogurt with berries and granola. Erin had an Irn Bru, I had a raspberry drink, and Larry had Earl ...

Town and around eating Haggis

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 19, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... the boring, bland and poor to the very fresh, upmarket and exciting with lots of organic and vegetables to be enjoyed. In fact percentage wise we have eaten better here than in Europe and America on our last visits. Back to dinner we chose a pub which had tried to get into the first night but they were full and we were too late (nearly 9pm) but the food had looked great through the window. We shared a haggis mash (potato, ...

Back to the Homeland

A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Mar 15, 2015

7 photos

... last time I was in Edinburgh, I wasn't too impressed. It was dark, gloomy, and felt very depressing. We weren't in the city very long because we were doing a lot of day trips to begin with. Being back now though, the city is really growing on me. If you can get used to walking up hill for nearly everything you need, and the grey colour everywhere you go, then this city could be a great home. Perhaps I will find myself back here some day.

Nessie, I know you're out there

A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Nov 09, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... headed down for breakfast. There was some anxiousness inside of me because it was my last day in my new favorite city with a lot on my to-do list. I walked up the hill to Edinburgh castle and waited for it to open. I was one of the first ones in and spent over an hour going in and out of different parts of the castle. This one was not in ruins (it was actually too modernized for my liking) but the views were spectacular. It was located on top of a hill that used to be a ...

Motor Homing Scotland!!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 13, 2014

... dinner he got Indian instead cause it was the only thing still open. The next day was an early start so we could drive down to Edinburgh to drop Dad Davidson at the train station so he could head back to London to meet Sonya and head back home. When we were waiting for the platform to come up we were reading the "train updates" and one said that the service was cancelled between Perth and Inverness due to flooding. We hoped that the roads were still clear as Sim and I were planning ...