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Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 2DY
Cn't believe there is only one review for this wonderful venue. The Usher Hall is the city biggiest and most grand concert halls. it was not in function for at least two years and the repair work still continues but in front of the building. I saw two wonderful concerts there - of the national band of pipers and of Shostakovich's fifth symphony, both of which were magnificently performed.
10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 2ED
The Traverse is one of the freshest theatres not only in Scotland but in the UK as a whole. It has focused on presenting new writing and its directors boldly experiment with different forms of theatre. Since last year the Traverse is expanding and changing its image with putting emphasis on contemporary dance shows and also offering dance balls in the bar on the first floor next to the box office. Not all of the shows, however, are of good quality. It is obviously the policy of the theatre to open for wider audiences through variety.
Bonaly Road Pentland Hills, Edinburgh, Scotland EH13 0PB
The park is snugged at the foot of the Pentland hills. It is a great place for keen walkers, joggers and cyclists,. It is a fun place for kids of all ages. A brilliant place for a picnic on a sunny weekend day or even daily walks of you pet dog.
Boghall Farm Biggar Road, Edinburgh, Scotland EH10 7DX
This was my first time exploring the Pentlands. It was a real swing as the weather turned out to be nicer than the forecast said and on top of that I met some really friendly mad hatters like me who decided to leave their cozy beds on a Saturday morning and head for an adventurous and relaxing walk in the mountains. We started from a boring residential area in Hunter's Tryst and walked all the way, around 7 miles, to Bonaly reservoir. The nature was beautiful, the walk pleasant. And although there were signs warning that the area is used for army trainings, we had a very peaceful and rewarding passage just a few miles away from the bustle of the city.
276 Leith Walk, Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland EH6 5BX
I was pleasantly surprised with the service at Leith cycle. They offer quite good range of bicycles and accessories. If you need a full bike check or any kind of repair, they are one of the best stores to visit. The staff are extremely attentive and helpful. I need to hire a bike for a day and it cost me only 10 pounds. The only awkward thing was that you cannot pay by a debit or credit card but they do tke your credit card details in case any damage to the bike is caused while being rented. They didn't have any helmets, so I had to go to their other store near Holyrrood to pick up one but I met some really attractive male shop assistants there so it was worth it after all.
136 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 9EH
CHIPS is a branch of one of the oldest and most successful video game retailer in the UK. Although, it could be seen as a real competitor to GAME, it is actually not, in the sense, that in CHIPS you can get the latest and wisest range of games. The shop in Edinburgh is small, its staff is very friendly and enthusiastic. If you fail to find what you are looking for you can either request the item through the store or on-line on any of CHIPS on-line stores.
49 Bridge Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH15 1DB
It is one of the greatest leisure complexes offering bowling alleys, swimming pool, hockey. There is also a designated entertainment area with charming dancing machines and lots of game machines pure attraction for kids.There is also a charming cafe with good meal offers, comfy seating and absolutely stunning sea view. It has a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere.
278 Portobello High Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH15 2AT
Top Hat is a tiny shop on the main Portobello Road. It is a kilt and suit hire shop. Along with the various clan tartans, customers could choose from fine collections of accessories like sporans, cravats, belts, collars. Top Hats are not only experts in wedding clothes - they could give you professional advice about any official occasion dress codes and fashion.
8 Easter Road, Edinburgh, Scotland EH7 5RG
When I lived in the area two years ago, this was one of my locals. The food is pretty good, although mainly frozen, the prices are affordable, even if you get a loyalty card you can gather points, similar to Tescos, and receive coupons for free products. On top of that there are plenty of deals which will please even the fussiest customers.
100 Portobello High Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH15 1AL
Can't hide I have a special love for such shops. 'Get Creative' is another place where your imagination can fly freely. It is a family run business in the heart of Portobello. The main materials you can get a hold of are cardmaking and scrapbooking.However, the shop offers much more creative options for adults.
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