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

Out of Africa

A travel blog entry by alycetravels


... drank gin and tonics and caught up. After our only 1.5 day catch up over xmas this was long over due!
In Birmingham I went to see the Prismatic show which was so exciting!! Lock organised for me to come backstage so I had the grand tour of the impressive set and was able to hang out with everyone before the show. I quickly became known as Sister, either Africa or Pregnant was how Jess and I were distinguished, through Locks introduction of "this is my sister". Later ...

A day about town

A travel blog entry by michelesh


... pant leg, and there was Bobby. The two of the were inseparable for the next 6 months until the man died. Every day for the next 14 years, Bobby slept on the grave of his master. He was fondly regarded in the Grassmarket area of town, and when some officials wanted to have him removed, the shopkeepers and council members rallied to save him. Someone built a memorial to Bobby, and when he died, he was buried next to his master.


A travel blog entry by mikeraph


... they're pretty darn nice.

Apart from wandering around the city streets (especially the Royal Mile), I didn't really do too much of note. I hiked up Arthur's Seat, which gives you a great view of the city. I sat in on a session of Scottish parliament, which was housed in an uncharacteristically modern and ugly building. It was quite a boring experience, although I learned a little bit about Scottish politics ...

Two weeks in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... br>
Finally it was time to actually do something constructive! I decided to head out into the Irish countryside on a day tour to Connemara, a wild part of Western Ireland, north of Galway. We stopped at a few quaint places along the way, including a bridge and a cottage that were filmed in 'The Quiet Man' starring John Wayne. We also stopped to have a look at turf cutting in the peat bogs in Inagh Valley. Western Ireland is mainly bog land, very wet and not ...

Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall


... have been.

The best story was about the “nastyness”. The inhabitants did not have indoor plumbing, and kept waste in a bucket, that they would toss out of the window to the close below. This became a problem for the people who may have been walking below, so they made a law about when and how to do this. They said you had to do it after 11pm, and when doing so exclaim “Gardy Loo!”, which meant, “mind the ...

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