The Beveridge Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kirkcaldy
... with the key for the locker, and the cap which was attached as well. Then came the belt which we are attached to the bridge with, finally a backpack at thatched to our back containing a cagoul. The final indignity was a pair of rather fetching waterproof trousers over my boiler suit!! I looked like I was going up Everest with all this gear on. In our boiler suits we looked like a team from Star Trek and when we marched out George and Annette were taking our photos and George ...
We intended, and budgeted, to buy bikes when we arrived in France...only to find that there was just 1 bike path to ride! Unless we were willing to take our chances on the highway. We weren't. So, we were excited to arrive in Edinburgh and discover that it is very bike friendly with bike paths, racks, lanes on the roads, and a number of bike shops! You can see the bike map is as big as we are!
I went to The ...
... for anatomy lessons. This also lead to a lot of grave robbing. People could buy cages for their graves, or have their family members guard the graves for the first few weeks after death until the body had started to decompose. This is where the expression "working the graveyard shift" originated. Another serial killer was a woman who took care of orphaned children and killed them. We learned about some cannibals, and a man who thought he was a vampire. It was an interesting ...
25/12/2012 Happy Christmas from Edinburgh! We had a late night last night as we went to midnight mass with Gerry, Suzie, Lauren, Callum and some of their friends. things started at 11.30pm with carols and then the mass at midnight. We were in the very front row. When we got home we tried to Facetime Michael but at first there was no answer so the kids went to bed. I was able to contact Michael later. it was about 9.30am in Perth and the forecast was for 39 ...
... tatties (turnips and potatoes). Haggis is a finely chopped mixture of heart, lungs and other animal parts wrapped in stomach lining. Sounds disgusting but Joel found it actually pretty tasty and ordered it a second time a few days later. After lunch jet lag reared its head and sent us home for a wee nap. It could have been the whisky, but who’s keeping track.
The next day our hostesses actually had to go to work so they left Joel and I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Beveridge Park Hotel Kirkcaldy
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.