Short Breaks from Dundee Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Edinburgh which dates from 1674. Nearby, there's a low walled area with a tiny garden and a plaque which, together with the stone markers in the centre of the roadway, commemorates the place of execution of around 100 Covenanters who were put to death in the 1680's because, among other things, they would not recognise the Bishops appointed by Charles II This corner was also the scene of many ... more
Customer Short Breaks from Dundee Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/01/03, updated on 22/09/04 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Far below Edinburgh Castle, down in the deep, dark canyons of the 'Auld Toon', lies THE GRASSMARKET. Now, I have no doubt that it's possible to buy some pretty good Northern Lights around here, I but the grass referred to has more to do with feeding livestock than getting off your face. Still, had you going there for a bit, eh? The Grassmarket was the site of an open air market for at least 500 years, right up until 1911. In recent years, this tradition has been restored, with a fair taking place on the first three Saturdays in August around the time of the Edinburgh Festival. Even today, The Grassmarket has the unmistakable appearance of a medieval ... Read the complete review
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