Kirklands Hotel

Address: 20 High St, Kinross, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, KY13 8AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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      Catching Up With Family

      A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 13, 2015

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... some very cute local soap bars on clearance for about 1/8 original price, so if any of you get one from me, you will realize what a cheapskate I am!! Seriously, though, it's in my Scottish blood to be thrifty, and I look at it like being able to save that much more for my next trip in hopefully a few more years.:)

      Well, I'm going to finish up here and put some pics up. Hope you are all enjoying this blog!! Hope all are well!

      Out and About

      A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 11, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... out how they are coping by Sabbath. :) I have been sent photos of some of their culinary creations, and I don't doubt they are eating very well. :) Maybe I can retire from cooking when I get home. :) But they told me this was MY travel blog and not to be their "survival" blog, so I will leave them to make their own special memories. It will be nice to be back with them, but of course I'm making the most of my time here.

      I'm sitting in ...

      Phase 16 Day 2

      A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 31, 2012

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... work ensured that Dunfermline benefitted greatly from his wealth through the building of swimming baths, a library (1881) and church pipes. He presented Pittencrieff Park to Dunfermline in 1903 and followed this by the setting up of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust to ensure its upkeep and the carry out other works that would provide 'sweetness and light’ for the ‘toiling masses’. The trust continues today to fund art and music events ...


      A travel blog entry by ifphoto on Jul 24, 2011

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... we went to Linlithgow to visit the Palace. The Palace was the birthplace of James V and (his daughter) Mary Queen of Scotts. The Palace is set in stunning grounds overlooking the equally stunning Linlithgow Loch. Well worth a detour. After Linlithgow we went cross-country towards the Forth Road Bridge but made a quick detour to South Queensferry and parked on the shores of the Firth between the Road and Rail bridges. Stunning ...

      My first music festival

      A travel blog entry by barryandrach on Jul 11, 2011

      4 photos

      ... of having dry clothes in that one! glad we moved!
      leaving on the monday morning was a bit sad, the festival was over, and the booze had run out, it was time to leave i guess. we packed up our stuff and trekked back to the car. a few idiots had set fire to their tents and others had literally abandoned everything there, the guys in front of us had even left clothes, sleeping bags, shoes, everything. crazy!