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Review of Scotts Newsagents, 123 Dalry Road
Really friendly local shop SAMs great with the customers defo recommend sells everything you need- lotto western Union paypal and more... Read more »
Review of Bennys, 54 Grove Street
Started going to bennys approx 10yr old now 65yr old he has cut my sons hair before he joined the army he has now cut my two grandsons hair it will be a... Read more »
Review of The Four In Hand, 218 Easter Road
Just wanted to say thanks very much for looking after us RMT reps this week. Top draw. Very much appreciated, next time I visit the City I will be certain to pop in.... Read more »
Review of Alan Brown & Associates, 160 St Johns Road
Delighted with Mr Brown once again. Just back with my lab pup staff are gems. Can't praise him enough and all who work there.excellent service. Keira... Read more »
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If you are staying in Edinburgh and would like to see more of Scotland, then why not check out some of our other guides to near by cities and towns in Scotland...
About 36 miles north of Edinburgh lies Dundee, dominated by its extinct volcano, the Dundee Law. Dundee is credited as Scotland's sunniest city and the city has some beautiful architecture including its spectacular bridges.
Amiably referred to as the 'Fair City', Perth is a beautiful and ancient town built around the River Tay. Perth is actually the former capital of Scotland and has several attractive parks, gardens, castles and buildings of distinction attesting to its great historical importance.
Known as the 'Gateway to the Highlands', Stirling is situated just where the Scottish Lowlands meet the Highlands, on the banks of the River Forth. Stirling Castle, looking down from atop its imposing crag, is one of Scotland's largest and most important castles.