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Edinburgh recent comments:

  • Holyrood Park, Edinburghness (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    Large Public park featuring many hillside walks. Features Arthur's Seat, a popular tourist viewpoint and largest of the '7 hills'. There are also other features like ruins, Salisbury Crags and lochs. It is sometimes, perhaps due to the minor inner valley, refereed to as 'Scotland in miniature'.
  • Lochend Park, Leithy (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    Nice wee public park with a pond, populated with some swans and other birds. There is a small kids play area.
  • Calton, Leithy (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    Area features Calton Hill, one of the '7 hills' of Edinburgh. On top of which resides 'Scotlands Folly' and Nelsons' Monument amongst other things. Within this area there is also Regent Gardens(private) and Royal Terrace Gardens(public)
  • Edinburgh Mail Centre, shimulbd facebook (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    01916095073
  • Lochend, marco (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    how is to live in this neighbourhood, how far from city centre? good connetions? Is it good the retaol park Close by?
  • Bute House, lanceberg wrote 6 years ago:
    And I live here also, 4 Charlotte Square.
  • The Balmoral Hotel, Phan Văn Hoan (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    I love this place too, i have worked for Balmoral for one year from 2004 to 2005, I love Edinburgh, friendly people and fantastic Christmas and New Year time, thank you Scotish people...
  • Donaldson's College, robertsonbill wrote 6 years ago:
    Currently on the market for sale.Such a shame that Dewars folly was built at the bottom of the Royal Mile would have been best site for the Scottish Parliament.The Central Square would have been perfect for Reichstag design in Berlin.
  • Bute House, robertsonbill wrote 6 years ago:
    The three houses 5/6/7 Charlotte Square had been acquired by the 4th Marquess of Bute who did much to protect scottish architecture prior to the establishment of the national Trust for Scotland who for sometime had there headquarters here.It was accepted in lieu of death duties from the Later Marquess of Bute and turned into the official residence of the Secretary of State for Scotland.First to occupy the house was Gordon Campbell.91970/74);Official residence First Minister since 1999.The final house became the Georgian house open to thepublic with the upper flat for the use of the Moderator of the Church of Scotland
  • Central Mosque Edinburgh, naiefqatar wrote 6 years ago:
    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
  • Greyfriars Bobby Statue, kencummings wrote 7 years ago:
    Per Wikipedia the statue used to face the other way towards the masters grave but the owner of the Pub in the background turned the statue so his pub would be in the many shots taken of the statue.
  • Saint Mary's Catholic Cathedral, nemo (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    Interesting place. Strange how it's possible to go past this building for years without realising it's a church, although I think inside or on a plaque at the entrance it says that it was intentionally built, probably originally for Irish immigrants, to be inconspicuous to the surroundings, in order to avoid attacks from angry protestant mobs.
  • Architecture + Design Scotland (A+DS), nemo (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    Did they design Scotland?
  • St. Leonard's Land Gym, nemo (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    I have never known which door to use, when going in and out of that building. The one at the car park and the one on Holyrood road both seem just as sensible as each other.
  • Tynecastle Stadium, sox04 (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    JTs > hibees
  • Scout Hut for 71st Haymarket Scout Group, Scout123 (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    Regrettably, the Mavericks have now been closed down.
  • The Range, Saladyne wrote 7 years ago:
    This store is now closed (2009).
  • Monument to Sir Walter Scott, AnasAlex10 wrote 7 years ago:
    In 2002 I visited Edinburgh, I love this city! One of my favorite cities in Europe.
  • The Minto Hotel, scritch wrote 8 years ago:
    We ate dinner here whilst a wedding party was there. Some tourists asked a couple of gents if it's true what Scots don't wear under their kilts. They were shown the light.
  • Dumbiedykes, Kempo wrote 8 years ago:
    Don't wander around here at night, and maybe not even in the day..