Dean Hotel

10 Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 1PT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by karenmorlock


... shops, restaurants and hotels.

From there we toured around the city seeing both the old and new parts. We learned that Robert Louis Stevenson lived on the new side of town and J.K. Rowling is a current resident and her children attend school in Edinburgh. Her husband still works and is one of the anesthesiologists at one of the local hospitals.

After completing out tour with Allon, we had free time ...

Tour Day Five

A travel blog entry by astudentabroad


... in Edinburgh and the Edinburgh castle, if you combined these two historical buildings then you would have Hogwarts as described in the books... AWESOME!
We had our lunch at The Elephant House then of course did some touristy shopping along the Royal Mile (a stretch of shops). As you would expect all the shops sold kilts and tartan patterned clothing, even the buses and tartan seats. I tried some fudge from a VERY ...

Comedy, Whiskey and Scottish history

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... because not all ticket sales offices and pick up locations are in the same area and the amount of people in the city was crazy. They say that the population of Edinburgh is normally about half a million and for four weeks, while the fringe festival is on, it's over one million! Safe to say by the time we had battled the crowds to see the old castle of Edinburgh and pick up various tickets we were sick of dodging people. After a short shower and change of clothes at our B&B ...

A Day in the Old City

A travel blog entry by djsuchomelly


... must do's" was to enter nearby Holyrood Park and climb to Arthur's seat. Now, the literature will tell you that it only takes 20 minutes to climb to the peak, but it took us a bit longer. And I want everyone to know that it was not me who had to stop and take frequent breaks along the way! But make it we did and was it ever worth it. The views out over Edinburgh and out over the Firth of Forth as far out as Bass Rock were spectacular!

Its A Small World

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5


... played by Ms Jones's nephew. I really liked the sermon too and it was a great presentation of the gospel. B and I took communion, which was just a passing of the bread and wine, person to person. The wine was gross, it tasted like Nyquil. My belly felt warm afterwards, just like in the books.

Now for a small word experience: I went to the bathroom directly after the service so I shook the preachers hand and he said 'Hello, are you visiting?' I said 'yes!' and he caught ...


This hotel, located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, is near Georgian House, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Village, and Institut Francais D'Ecosse.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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