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Waterfront location, cheap hotels, decent pubs & restaurants
still has a rough reputation
In a nutshell
Real Scots People cheaper hotels & Living style.
KILTS: MALTS; Golf Clubs, Tartan Rugs. All can be found in Leiths Woolen Mills and why not ? Perhaps cheaper than Princes Street or the Royal Mile.
And less crowded !
Unique Suggestions: BONNINGTON ROAD Bangor Road get of the bus at Great Junction Street take the 10 , 7 or 14 bus will take you there. Commercial Street take the 22 or 35 bus to get there.
Both places are five minutes walk from each other, Bonnington is the larger. The other is perhaps better for buying a Man's Kilt.
Just off Commercial St.
Written Feb 17, 2004
Luggage and bags: Yachts: Seabirds if your lucky Tall Sailing Ships. A Telephoto-lens or BINOCULARS could bring sea-life closer.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Dress in layers take off if hot put on if cold.
Photo Equipment: Telephoto Lens big ships sail on the Fife side where its deeper water.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Yes you may be lucky and find it warm enough to go swimming.
Just don't count on it.
We go to the heated pool.
Leith Swimming Baths off Junction Street close to The Fit O The Walk.
Water World is where to take the kids.
Just off The Fit O The Walk.
Updated Apr 7, 2007
Newhaven a picturesque suburb of Leith a small harbour with its lighthouse and photos of Newhavens fishwives can be seen with other memorabilia in the Newhaven Heritage Museum.
open daily 12pm - 5pm.
Written Jul 11, 2006