My "house" pics

July 22, 2011 - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

I've uploaded a few pictures of my Edinburgh home. It is quite small (about 15 x 15 ground floor) but cozy. If you want to check out where it is, get a good map of Edinburgh. Find Princes Street (main east/west street), and follow it east. It becomes Waterloo Place. Continue on it east until it curves and become Regent Road. At the curve you are at the bottom of Calton Hill (quite a steep hill; up on top contains a lot of memorials and statues). My house is right there where Waterloo Place become Regent Road, at the bottom of Calton Hill. You can see how convenient the location is to virtually everything in Edinburgh. The city is quite compact, actually, and I've walked through much of it in the last week.


9 Comments

Phil:
July 22, 2011
Umm... are you giving us instructions on how to look at your house via google earth? Or are you planning on posting some pictures
Phil:
July 22, 2011
Oh, and I like how close you are to the "Christian science reading room." Go eat at Howies and tell me how the food is.
Pastor Rob:
July 22, 2011
You can see my little house on Google Earth. It's the littlest building, a square, closest to the road. You can make out the little patio area too. Thanks for the hint, there, guy.
Tracy Lane/Destinations Ireland & BEYOND:
July 22, 2011
Hi There! Just checking in with you to see everything is okay, looks like it is!
Best,
Tracy
Ann Rutkofsky:
July 23, 2011
Hey, Rob, fun reading about your adventures. Had any haggis yet? Hope you can check out Deacon Brodie's Pub (Jekyll & Hyde story) & The Jolly Judge pub, where the Members of Parliament supposedly hang out. These are in Edinburgh.
Paul and Marilynne:
July 23, 2011
Ah, yes, haggis. We'll be really disappointed if you don't try just a taste!!
What wine glass??
Pastor Rob:
July 24, 2011
Hmmm . . . haggis. Believe it or not, I haven't yet found a place that serves it.
Lois:
July 24, 2011
Did you find those pubs?
Pastor Rob:
July 25, 2011
Deacon Brodie's is always crowded, so haven't been inside yet. Haven't found the Jolly Judge. Really, haggis? . . .
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