Edinburgh

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National Museum of Scotland (Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF) Hope this helps you to plan your travels better, and gives
Inside Dream of Venice: Architecture are 36 essays by architects and architectural writers (full disclosure: I am one), accompanied
The city itself is chock-full of sites and sights. Add to that the 15 or so castles in the surrounding area, and you have a vacation tailor-made for admiring the present and investigating the past.
I often travel to Edinburgh on the train from my home in Northeast Scotland. The anticipation of the first glimpse of the city builds as I walk up the ramp that leaves the station and spills out onto Waverley Bridge.
The arrival of the campaign in the UK was also marked with workshops, presentations and a fun run through the streets of
Let the kids experiment with novel food rather than resort to staid favorites. Isabelle's enthusiasm encouraged her older
Believe it or not, some people have already booked their venue for the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Thank you dear friend, for helping me get this show right. It was such a luxury to get exactly what I wanted, instead of skipping the braces because of the expense. Every time I used them, it added to the specificity of Patty, making her real to me, and real to the audience.
The stately home at the core of Scotland's Isle of Eriska was a welcoming sight, standing at the end of a narrow road flanked by beautiful flowers and a variety of well-kept trees. The stress of flying across the Atlantic and driving across Scotland began melting away even before we had parked the car.
It's interesting that there are so many plays at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe that have a female serial killer as protagonist. It's the zeitgeist of this Fringe.
If I could sing like Lulu to all of my friends and family who helped make this trip and this play possible, I would. Here goes.
For most of the month, we've had five minutes (or less) to walk our suitcase and satchels into the theatre, dash behind the curtains and set out props, wigs and costumes for the show, do a sound check and zip me into my first (and largest) bridal gown.