Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... holiday let had been chosen. This time we have a comfortable one bedroom apartment that has a very pleasant sun room adjoining the bedroom, so chose to have a well earned rest day and catch up on the washing.
Monday we drove to Falkirk and Stirling. Falkirk is home to two of the world's most unique attractions - the Falkirk wheel and the Kelpies. And they are amazing. Set in 350ha of recreational green space, the Kelpies are 30M aluminium sculptures of the ...
My great self-made bus adventure began around 10:50 this morning, when I walked to my first bus stop of the day. Since the family car was in use all day, and I really wanted to visit my mother from Dunfermline, especially since I had the whole day in which to get there and back, I had to do it by bus. I had spent over an hour the previous evening on my tablet, figuring out from the Traveline Scotland website the best way to make this ...
... This place was little known until Harry Potter. The viaduct bridge that features on the movies is located here. You are able to ride the train and have a meal. Before the movies, the company that ran the train were just about broke, but obviously now would be raking it in. We had lunch here on the shore of the loch with stunning views yet again. Clear blue sky and warm sunshine. Our final night we stayed Oben which is lovely little fishing town, we had ...
... top hat, face mask - because they thought it was transmitted through the skin? The eerie long beak was because they thought the crow warded off evil spirits.) Many of the lower closes have been shuttered for hundreds of years, with myths and ghost tales running amok. But what really freaked me out was the Lithuanian girl who kept smacking her gum. It echoes down there. The Mary King Close that we descended into is supposedly full of haunting spirits ...
... bath in a 150 (guessing) year old home in the Leith neighborhood of Edinburgh.
We then headed out to take a walk on "the Royal Mile" and find some dinner. We ended up eating at the "Elephant Cafe", where the likes of JK Rowling and Alexander McCall Smith have been known to frequent. Our waiter sent us to a pub called "The Antiquery" in Stockbridge for some traditional music. Stockbridge was a hip, non-touristy neighborhood, and the ...