Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Musselburgh)

Address: Carberry Rd., Inveresk, East Lothian, Scotland, EH21 8PT, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Carberry Rd., Inveresk, is near Parliament Visitor Center, Jenner's, Newhailes, and Newhailes.
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    Travel Blogs from Inveresk

    Day 5 - Edinburgh topless bus

    A travel blog entry by retty on Jul 18, 2015

    12 photos

    ... we did the tour of the Royal Yacht Brittania. It was so interesting and great to see the Queen's stateroom as well as Prince Phillip's etc....we went all the way through the ship down to the engine room, petty officers quarters etc. and finished off with tea and scones on the aft deck. Really nice! Called in at the Royal Museum, but to be honest, we weren't ...

    Portobello

    A travel blog entry by uktrip on Jun 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... are complete. the thing I like most is that it is flooded with light from the numerous and interesting shaped windows. I had a lot of time with Betsy who is a quiet, deep thinker and only ventures an opinion when she thinks it is absolutely necessary. As Zoe says, Meg has no internal dialogue but Betsy keeps her cards close to her chest. When we went to meet Meg off the school bus stop beside Abercorn Park, affectionately known as 'daisy ...

    Contin to Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 20, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... streets upon streets, little alleyways that lead to the street below and everywhere you look the most spectacular architecture. Everywhere we walked this afternoon there where shops selling cashmere scarves, and intermingled amongst the touristy shops where the finer quality outlets selling scarves, gloves and tourist items along with beautifully crafted coats and jackets. We're looking forward to discovering more of Edinburgh ...

    Day 4: Edinburgh castle

    A travel blog entry by stephygirl on Aug 11, 2014

    86 photos

    ... how much work, time, people, and thought went into building all of these old buildings. To me, each one is a work of art. For example, the castle of Edinburgh took well over 100 years to build. Many of the architects and construction workers working on the castle knew very well that they would not live to see the finished project. The beauty and detail each building has like the Edinburgh castle, Buckingham palace, St. Paul's cathedral, Big Ben, and ...

    Scotland? Why not!

    A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Jun 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... at the same hostel. Low and behold I ran into the three of them in the staircase. They were off to have a nap so I went to explore edinburgh and get some dinner before meeting them later on for a quiz and pub crawl. Edinburgh was as nice as every have told me it was. A very cool city full of old buildings untouched by war and a giant castle sitting on top of the hill. Later on I met up with ...