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On my wanderings I made a comfort stop at Edinburgh's largest shopping centre. I'm not a fan of shopping so I just went into Starbucks for a drink and also visited the lookout for take photographs of the Firth of the Forth.
The Ocean Terminal has a variety of shops and departments stores. For non shoppers there is a Vue cinema and also a day spa. The main tourist attraction is the Royal Yacht Britannia - I didn't visit the attraction but you can find out further information via its website. The shopping centre has a car park and offers the usual customer facilities.
Updated Nov 4, 2012
Phone: 0131 555 8888
Ocean Terminal is a shopping mall that just happens to be beside the sea and has the former Royal Yacht Brittania berthed outside it. The exterior could have been done better but once inside there are large propellers brassoed till they gleam underneath the escalators in the bright and airy central hallway. In addition to the standard shops and a cinema there are rather unique furniture shops and galleries. There is even a Baxters shop to complement some excellent restaurants.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Ocean Drive, Lieth
Phone: 0131 5558888
A new shopping mall. It's not the BIGGEST mall around, but it's quite nice with some good quality shops and a multiplex cinema. It also has a pretty good food court and some pubs and coffee bars.
What to buy: One of my favourite shops was "The Bear Factory" where you can design your own custom made teddy bear (or other animal), and watch him being made.
We're gonna take our Niece to the Newcastle one soon ;-)
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Ocean Terminal, Leith
Cinema: Restaurants; Department stores, Everything you would find on Princes Street.
M&S Food shop is cool.
What to buy: Crazy things Photos jokes Calenders.
Baxters is a cool shop.
What to pay: Dear to eat in most places. Cheaper in Leith Walk, Try the ' FOOT of the WALK ' to eat and drink .
Updated Apr 7, 2007
Address: Leith Docks