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(Last Updated On: 10th January 2019)   Edinburgh in the winter; it’s cold, it’s dark, it’s often wet and the dastardly, slippery ice suddenly appearing on footpaths turns simply walking past places like the Omni Centre into a winter version of Total Wipeout. But don’t go cancelling those tickets just yet. There’s still some pretty cool things that you can only...
(Last Updated On: 12th August 2021) Comfort food tends to work a lot better in winter, you know, when it’s cold and dark and the mere thought of a piping hot plate of something stodgy warms the cockles of your cold, hungry guts. But you don’t have to wait until winter. Trust me, the Edinburgh restaurants below will give you...
(Last Updated On: 21st September 2019) Edinburgh is a city with more than its fair share of tales of notorious criminals and nefarious goings on, but William Brodie would have to be one of the 18th century’s most fascinating. Deacon Brodie (as he was commonly called) was not only a celebrated cabinet maker, he was a trusted city councillor and...
(Last Updated On: 27th July 2019) You’ve made up your mind, you’re coming to visit Edinburgh. Now what? World travel these days is fairly straightforward, and once you’ve done a bit of it most cities are easy to get around. But it still helps to do a bit of research on the basics. This will get you well and truly started...
(Last Updated On: 18th July 2018) If I asked you to tell me what you think of when I say ‘Scotland’, chances are castles would come to mind pretty quickly. And what if I then said hiring your very own Scottish castle for a self-catering stay is nowhere near as outlandish as it sounds? Would you believe me? No? Well, hang...
(Last Updated On: 2nd June 2018)   There’s more than one secret garden in Edinburgh, but Dr Neil’s is arguably the prettiest. And since it’s hidden behind a church and small graveyard in a tiny village on the east side of Holyrood Park, it’s probably also the least known to Edinburgh visitors. Development of the garden was begun by Dr’s Andrew and...
(Last Updated On: 27th July 2021)   If I were to write about Scotland’s greatest minds, this would be a very, very long post. So to save me having to do six months of research and you from having to read 10,000 words of what I discovered, I have limited this to Edinburgh’s greatest minds. Start looking, and you’ll soon see there were an...
(Last Updated On: 25th May 2019) Mac ‘n’ Cheese: because sometimes you need a big old helping of stodge smothered in more stodge, just to get you through the day. And pasta, cheese, cheese, and often more cheese, is pretty much going to fit the bill every time. These days Macaroni Cheese is popping up all over the place. It’s...
(Last Updated On: 24th April 2021) Leith is fast turning into one of Edinburgh’s best food and drink destinations. And before you even get into Leith ‘proper’, Leith Walk, the long, straight stretch of road leading from the east end of the city, will have you trying to decide between around 60 bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants. To help you...

The Witches of Edinburgh

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(Last Updated On: 10th January 2019) In much of Edinburgh’s centre, it’s impossible to walk more than a few steps without falling over a statue or monument commemorating the city’s great residents of the past. But there’s been discussion lately about the fact that only two of these are of (named) women. Two. In the whole of Edinburgh. Which is...