Bay Hotel

Burntisland Road, Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland, KY3 9YE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kinghorn

Day one! (or is it day two...)

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk


... be good luck to rub his toe! -walked down a close (narrow alleyway between streets that is often right through buildings) and came out into a beautiful courtyard beside the museum of writers. Learnt about some important authors within Scotland's history. Can't wait to explore some more closes on our own, beautiful! -walked to the Hub. A church that has been turned into a restaurant/ event centre. -viewed the castle from the bottom of the royal mile and listened to ...

Day 9 Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul


... again. ( I'm not sure if Dave will let me loose for this long again thou...) Saw the Scottish Crown Jewels, the history of the Dragoon Guards, the Royal Apartments and what was once David's Tower,.My history lessons are still continuing,.. After leaving the castle we wandered over the North Bridge, and went to look at Scott's Monument. After this we again walked up to Calton's Hill where there is the old observatory, Nelson's Monument, and the Scottish national Monument ( based ...

Alnwick Garden, the Wedding, and Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by flynnmn


... government employees overseeing the process. The whole thing was really culturally insightful, since the U.K. has a state recognized church, the couple opted for a civil ceremony and not the religious one, which could not include any religious language. Further, they signed the register and their license while the guests watched and we were explicitly told that for data protection no photos of the registry were allowed, I thought ...

Day walking Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by bhower66


... be nice to eat in a place named after her. Her story is interesting for more info on her check out this link. maggie-dickson.html. Then we explored the Castle and then walked the Royal Mile as they call it where we saw many shops and street performers. The weather was perfect too. We leave today for the Netherlands and our adventure continues. ...

Day 7 - Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by m_rosas91


... breakfast at the hotel and then left for a nice morning walkabout the city. We first headed down the Royal Mile and up North Bridge Street as we made our way from Old Town to New Town. We crossed over Waverly Station where we had some great views of the city - from Edinburgh Castle to the Sir Walter Scott Monument and on down to Calton Hill. Then we walked up and down Princes Street and George Street, both of which are ...

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This hotel, located on Burntisland Road, Kinghorn, is near Walkabout Scotland and Ghost Hunter Trail.
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