Orocco Pier

17 High St., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH30 9PP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Trip by rail to Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by amandacole

3

... from Edinburgh Castle to the Royal Palace. We entered the St. Giles Cathedral and viewed the number of stained glass windows that covered the Cathedral. Outside the Cathedral Cole found a statue of Adam Smith which he was quite excited. We found a small cafe for lunch and tried the goat cheese and chorizo sandwich, which not surprisingly, Amanda was nervous about, but ended up enjoying. Following our lunch, we continued down the Royal Mile and ended up ...

Edinburgh Day Two

A travel blog entry by terrym1004dar

5

We walked around this beautiful and historic city most of the day. Took lots of pictures...kind of took it easy. Thank goodness, it has been uneventful! Roy and I went on a Hop on Hop off tour of the city. We visited Edinburgh Castle...lots of history here. Roy has watched Braveheart, the movie about William Wallace, a few times and he really enjoyed the history about the castle...takes a while to see it all. We met up with Hannah and Justin to plan ...

Touring The Old Town

A travel blog entry by karanathan

29

... stone the giant signs of 'No Photography and No Video' makes entering this tiny chapel a waste of time. You can take video of the outside but nothing inside, which is where all the true magic of this chapel lies. It's basically one room, still used as a church today, and then a crypt below. With not being able to take photos or video you can be in and out of this chapel having seen all you need to see in under five minutes. A good entry fee for this ...

Edinburgh and Day Trips

A travel blog entry by margarethilson

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5

... and fishing village, it is now principally a tourist, retirement and probably commuting town for Edinburgh. It is also the birth place of John Muir who along with his brother, was taken to the USA in the mid-1800s to homestead in Wisconsin. (Ironically, their initial destination was to Canada, but co-religionists on board their ship convinced them of settling with other Disciples of Christ in Wisconsin) John Muir would become the world’s ...

Still cold

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel

13

By the time I came out of the shower this morning it was pooring with rain. We waited for the rain to ease to a light shower and headed off to visit the Falkirk wheel. It is the world's first and only rotating boat lift and moves boats between the Forth and Clyde Canal and the Union Canal, which is 115 feet above. It was built as a millenium project, costing 85 million. We have noticed that the Scottish canals have hardly any traffic on them, maybe because there ...

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This hotel, located in the South Queensferry area of Edinburgh, is near John Knox House Museum, Queensferry Museum, Dalmeny House, and Ferrie Scarie Tours.
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