Holiday Inn Express Dunfermline
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... the view I walked back down again and waited at the bus stop for the next bus to come along. I got on and then in about 5 minutes it was finished so I had to get off, which I didn't mind because along the way back to the end we drove past Carlton Hill which is where I wanted to go so I knew the way from being on he bus and just went to the hill. I had to climb another hill but it wasn't even that big, a few steps but the views up there were awesome too. There were monuments up there ...
... shabby. From there, we went to the town centre in search of lunch. We found a nice little restaurant and bar called The Cobbles for salads and sandwiches. Nikki and I also shared a pot o' tea.
Up next, we drove to the Glenkinchie Whisky Distillery in East Lothian. By the time we got there, the weather had really cleared up, and it was sunny and warm. Founded in 1825, the distillery produces ...
Our first day in Edinburgh is the hop-on-hop-off bus around the streets of the inner city. Scottish builders were leaders and the streets are full of 17th and 18th century terraces that are advanced for their time - they are four stories tall. We pass most of Edinburgh's landmarks - Holyrood Palace, Athur's Seat, the Scottish Parliament, the Royal Mile, the Grassmarket and Haymarket areas and Greyfriar's Bobby's statue. There is shop ...
... too, especially on a nice day ;) I could see many of the places I was at yesterday. So as you walk in the entrance, you're met by statues of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. Then there's a row of cannons and a lookout (Argyle Battery) as well as the "one o clock gun", a cannon that shoots off at 1:00 pm every day. Being frugal, the Scots saw it more fitting to do this than shoot 12 times at noon ;) Sadly, I did not hear it at 1:00 while I ...