Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)

91 Newcraighall Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH21 8RX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Newcraighall area of Edinburgh, is near Parliament Visitor Center, Portobello Beach, One Spa, and Jenner's.
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    Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

    Day One of The Fringe

    A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the hell out of the show. They all looked very excited! Margot was amazing talking to people and pushing the show. Once again kudos to the chaperones Jill, Robin, Robert, Gigi, Anna. They kept the crew motivated. We set up at 5:30pm with Steve, Lindsay, Gabbie and Alex arriving barely on time. I shut down Lindsay for this performance, to save her voice. Another performer Catherine stepped in and did an amazing job carrying ...

    Back into Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by deb.nicholls56 on May 30, 2014

    1 photo

    ... for their hospitality to Pedro, Leigh, Liam, Staph and chef, Keith. I was made to feel like I was staying with friends in an old style guest house. A pleasure!

    Even a simple drive up the M6 from Penrith to Edinburgh, turned out to be a bit of an adventure! I filled the hire car with petrol, just before joining the M6, but knew that I’d have to do it again before returning the car in Edinburgh’s city centre. Once within the ...

    Sights, Signs and Walls of Ireland and Scotland

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Sep 16, 2013

    3 comments, 35 photos

    ... was replaced and the land redistributed. Stone walls not only defined fields but also helped to clear them . Nonetheless the tradition of dry stone wall building is still very ancient. Stone walls marked out The Ceide Fields (see Issue 81) in Co. Mayo nearly four thousand years ago. Covering nearly five square miles some of the walls are over a mile long and about 250,000 tons of stone were used in their construction. However it is in Kerry along the Dingle Peninsula that you ...

    Old city

    A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on Aug 30, 2013

    ... also known, are all these little side alleys. In the 1600/1700's there was 52,000 people living in "old town" compared with vs out 4,000 people living there now. It must have been very crammed and it explains why the Black Plague went through and killed so many people. With so people living in one area, there wasn't alot of hygienic practices. They lacked a drainage system or sewer system. At night, ...

    Fun times with Haggis

    A travel blog entry by robinsoncruiser on Jun 24, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... of destiny. As NZer’s we found it a bit rich to see the Scottish displaying raided armourments and treasures from India as part of the permanent display.

    Picked up the Hire car on Friday morning and went out to Stirling and a small place called Callendar for a walk to waterfalls and the top of the crags before motoring around Loch Lomond and skimming stones on the Loch. A full day of great ...