What The Dickins: A Tale of Edinburgh City

Pleasance Highlights for Fringe 2016
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Another one of the big players of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Pleasance, started out in 1985 with only two theatres facing onto a deserted courtyard-come-car-park in the eastern part of the Old Town. Since then the Pleasance has become one of the biggest and most respected Fringe venues, with over…

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Five Edinburgh Walks to Leave You Breathless
Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh
Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh
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Edinburgh is unlike any other city you’ll visit. Despite being an urban area, the natural features have been embraced to enhance the experience of living here. This means that without leaving the city, you can feel like you are on a countryside ramble.

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This Edinburgh Festival showcases the best beer around
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Edinburgh has wonderful events all year round that cater to just about any taste you could imagine. One event growing in popularity each time its held is Summerhall’s Festive-Ale.

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Welcome to the Dickins Blog
Victoria Street, Edinburgh
Victoria Street, Edinburgh
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Welcome to our new blog What The Dickins: A Tale of Edinburgh City. We are ridiculously excited about it. Why? Because there are so many amazing things to do in Edinburgh and we now have a place where we can share them with you! Essentially, it’s going to be a…

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Prepare to be Charmed by Cademuir, Gordon Terrace.
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Self catering apartments in Edinburgh don’t get any better than Cademuir on Gordon Terrace. From the moment you open the gates into the beautiful kept gardens of Cademuir you will be greeted with the incredible elegance of this Edwardian maison villa. Owned by Jackie & Peter, they fell in love…

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