Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline
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We have been on the move in the British Isles. We spent few hours in Galway and on the way had a glimpse of Oran Moore, the town where my friend Sharon's Dad is from, and some of his ashes are buried now. Every few summers all the Glynn girls would head to Ireland and it was really great to see where they spent some time. From there it was on to …
... were doing it for the first time.
Looking up at Edinburgh's ancient skyline from the train, the buildings seemed dark, even gloomy and a bit grimy. Climbing out at Waverley Station we were soon out in the street taking in the whole cornucopia. We turned left and made the climb to the High Street, leading to the Castle. We took a look inside the St Giles Cathedral and then spent time inside the 'Writers' Museum', commemorating the life and works of ...
Sadly even though we had a late night last night we still had to have a 7.30 breakfast at the hotel as that's the latest they could organize for. So the morning was taken up of a your around Edinburgh itself (all of which we have seen before but was good to hear again) and then entry into Edinburgh castle. Again like last time it was raining but at least we got to explore some areas of the castle ...
... water, looking over the entire city and towards the Ed castle. Whilst walking around the hill it began to lightly drizzle and as quickly it started it stopped again and the sun came out again. We stumbled across the old cemetery across he road from our hotel and took some time looking around the crypts. It was eerie to walk through and see how old they were, some were in such disrepair we couldn't even read the engravings. A ...
... we got to sit up the top of a double decker bus and saw quite a few sites of Edinburgh. One building we passed was set on large grassy grounds and I thought it was a castle, but turns out it was a school. Quite an impressive looking school.
As we hopped off the coach the strong winds swept away Paul's sunnies and one of the eye pieces went under the coach. We thought we might be able to rescue it, but as the coach pulled away we could only spot a quarter of it tumbling away ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed