Victoria Park Hotel

221 Ferry Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 4NN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

South Queensferry, a port on the Firth of Forth

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer


... get an orientation before we did a little exploring on our own. It’s a magnificent castle filled with his.tory, but most significant might be that it is the birthplace of James, son of Mary Queen of Scots and cousin to Elizabeth I of England. James was the first King to rule over both Scotland and England, 100 years before they officially joined the Kingdom of Great Britain. While in the castle we visited Mary’s ...

The Real Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... a little steep. To me it felt like an important historic site had been dressed up and turned into a sideshow for tourists, complete with idiotic stories about psychics picking up strange vibes about lost toys, and talking portraits of historical figures whose fragmented and incomplete story lines were never revisited later in the tour. If it was about more than making money, then a silent museum you could wander around and get lost in it would have been far more exciting ...

"Working 9-5... what a way to make a livin'."

A travel blog entry by mauveme

Yep - the job is going well - will be monotonous but it's a job and of course, me being me, I'll do my damned-est.

Thought I'd let you all know a joke going around at the moment...

"Prince George has already done 3 things off my bucket list and so young!
1) He's a millionaire
2) He's visited the Queen
3) He's sucked Kate Middleton's... (I'm not going to put the word and also, the joke would work better if I was a male - but you get the gist!)


Day 20 Edinburgh Scotland

A travel blog entry by strawney61


... Edinburgh on my own. I headed down to Holyrood Park where I hiked up to Arthur's Seat this gives you an amazing view of Edinburgh. Walking up & down the streets through the cemetery before meeting up with the boys, time to find a pub for dinner. Singa ordered haggis balls for entree, (haggis is cow guts) we all got to try it & it was delicious. The boys had fish & chips wrapped ...

Edinburgh - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... Darnley) and forced to marry him in a Protestant ceremony. The Scott's were not happy with her new choice of husbands and she was forced to abdicate her throne to her son at age five. Queen Elizabeth I, her cousin, imprisoned her for 19 years Before being beheaded. After Elizabeth's death, Mary's son James became King - King James I of England.

Stirling is a wonderful city and a 'must see' for future visits as we only had a drive through. ...

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This hotel, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Royal Yacht Britannia, Real Mary King's Close, and Leith.
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