#Blogmanay special!- 7th Edinburgh Travel Tweetup at Skyscanner HQ!

— Sunday, December 30, 2012 at 3PM —

Skyscanner HQ

Quartermile One ,15 Lauriston Place

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Very excited to announce that the 7th and Winter festive edition of #EdinTravTweetup is going to be held at the plush new offices of Skyscanner HQ on the Quartermile- Sunday 30th between 3 and 5pm.

As per custom, there will be drinks and nibbles.

We are holding the tweetup from 3pm till 5pm and then a little later joining thousands of torch carriers for the Torch Light Procession which will start at 630pm from Chambers Street and proceed to the Son et Lumiere finale on Calton Hill. So a very exciting evening of activities awaits....

There will also be a chance to meet 21 star travel bloggers at the tweetup. They are visiting to blog about Hogmanay and Scotland and guess what it's called...... #Blogmanay ! Woohoo! Follow the hashtag to discover what the bloggers get upto on their big trip to Scotland from 30th December till 9th January 2013.

Anyone can be a part. Just tweet using the hashtag #Blogmanay to get involved. To help you be part of Blogmanay we have a very special giveaway on the 30th so if you do make it.....

Look forward to seeing you all soon. We have a limited number of spaces- just 25 so RSVP asap.

Last but not least, a big thank you to our #EdinTravTweetup sponsor -Skyscanner.

Skyscanner is a leading global travel search site providing instant online comparisons for millions of flights plus hotels and car hire.  Founded in 2003 by three IT professionals, Gareth Williams, Barry Smith and Bonamy Grimes, Skyscanner is the no.1 travel search website in Europe and no.3 worldwide, receiving 32 million visits per month. The site is available in 30 languages and its suite of free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry have been downloaded over 11 million times. The company employs close 180 staff and has its global headquarters in Edinburgh, UK with Asia Pacific hub offices in Singapore and Beijing and future expansion planned to capitalise on huge global growth.