Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to rest. There was a cave where she prayed, which we were able to visit. She also established a monastery, which has become Dunfermline Abbey. This is now owned by Historic Scotland, and is well worth visiting. Parts are ruined, but other parts are well preserved. The workmanship is impressive, considering the primitive tools they used. We had to go down a steep, narrow, winding, dark stone spiral stair. Then we had to climb back again! Attached to ...
... there, however be mindful that during the height of the season July-August there will be a million people there and everywhere you go there will be a lot of people. Be prepared to wait in lines, a lot. You can take photos in most part of the castle, where you can't they have signs and I found that to be OK. Take good walking shoe as this is good exercise, there are lots of stairs and you will get a work out. There is wheelchair access though but you will not see a lot of the castle. ...
... us. A fresh bouquet of brightly colored tulips adorned the fireplace mantel and YES, we have Internet here! LOL
After Dave and I freshened up, we set out on foot to explore. Most of the rest of the day was spent getting aquanted with the city on foot and by bus. The bus tours were a great way to do this. It's a busy, thriving city with so much to do. Very excited to wander around more this coming week.
A place I ...
... A year later, Lady Burdett-Coutts had a statue and fountain erected at the southern end of the George IV Bridge to commemorate him.
Next, off to the Scottish Museum. This was awesome. When we got to the museum, each had a different room to see, so we split up. Here is what I saw:
- Dolly, the sheep. They have (stuffed) dolly, the sheep, the first cloned animal.
- Colm had me take ...
... in 1093. Later their son David I turned the priory into a major abbey. He and many other members of this royal family were buried here over time including Alexander I, Malcolm IV and Alexander III. In 1250, a shrine to the now St Margaret was added to the church. The remnants of the shrine are still visible outside the church. King Edward I of England sacked the abbey in 1303, destroying many of the buildings. ...