Travelodge Dunfermline

Address: Halbeath Junction, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, KY11 8PG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Halbeath Junction, Dunfermline, is near Forth Bridge, Dunfermline Abbey and Palace, Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, and Rannoch Moor.
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      Roman ruins and Hadrian's wall

      A travel blog entry by cath13 on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... we crossed the country, albeit in the narrowest part, it wasn't our intention, just where the GPS took us. I have had a few sleeps in the car today, the tiredest I have been since I was at work, must have been all the sitting around and the drain of watching that cricket debacle the other day. We arrived in Edinburgh then had to find our accommodation. The GPS struggled and therefore we did with road closures, it took us a while to get to the ...

      I'M IN LOVE I'M IN LOVE WITH.....Scotland.

      A travel blog entry by elisaerinhobbs on May 12, 2013

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      ... Haggis, Tatties and Neeps. Surprisingly, I didn't hate haggis. I don't know if I'll order it again but it wasn't bad! Tatties are potatoes and Neeps are turnips. Not bad! We sat next to two Scottish girls and they were so friendly and crazy fun. They had awesome thick Glasgow accents. Ask Shelby how well she did with understanding them.We ended up staying there for hours talking to them! Their personalities made me realize that I am most definitely Scottish. Oh, ...

      AH, CALEDONIA! : Pt IV

      A travel blog entry by jockmcconn on May 10, 2013

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      ... of Robert Louis Stevenson and Robbie Burns.

      The building housing the museum is an experience in itself. If only we could have had longer there as there is so much one could learn and discover.

      Back out in the street it was quite wet and windy but we made our way up to the Castle, competing with droves of other tourists.

      The plan was to do the tour but at 16 per head we thought better of it, much to Kathryn's frustration ...

      Scotland: Loched In

      A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on Aug 24, 2012

      ... needs a man for audience participation, the pickings were slim (I was the only one) so I had to get up and pretend I was her annoyed boyfriend. I have no idea what it is like to be annoyed at my girlfriend so this was very difficult. A few minutes later she needed more audience participation and again it had to be a man. Bugger. Up I got again only this time I had to sing a duet with her. Tess was having a great time during all of this, I'm sure it was because I'm such a ...

      Feeling every bit the tourist in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by cathyandjustin on Apr 06, 2012

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      ... downgrade we received when we asked to change rooms went down a treat as you can imagine. Fortunately there was a redeeming feature of the hotel - Elliot's restaurant. Arriving late on the first night we ducked into the restaurant to grab something quick to eat. Our quick bite turned out to be little short of a white table cloth meal with silver service - without the corresponding bill. Exceptional roast lamb that has set a new benchmark ...