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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    Travel Blogs from Dunfermline

    Scotland heading south

    A travel blog entry by traveldons on Jul 18, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... daunting to these tryers. The Golf Museum held our interest for a good hour with all the old memorabilia and stories. We didn't know that the first golf ball was filled with feathers!

    We have had a few different views of the Firth of Forth. There are 4 bridges crossing near Edinburgh with the oldest railway bridge being the most impressive. Built in the 1800's it is an amazing red painted steel structure that dominates the landscape from many approaches. A ...

    A Narrow Escape With My Luggage

    A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 20, 2015

    6 comments, 3 photos

    ... and villages generally have a very low crime rate, and how thankful we should be, that only petty crimes such as these, while of course wrong and troublesome, are generally committed. (Well, I'll admit the Scots tend to be heavy drinkers, and these towns have their share of drunks, but I didn't venture out anywhere by myself after dark) Anyway, I didn't take a photo after all of the sign, because it might somehow incriminate me if the homeowner saw me ...

    Day Three

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... most witch executions. The second actor on the tour played a variety of roles, but the one that was the most entertaining to our group was the crazed “monk” that continually popped out of dark alleys and doorways unexpectedly. The tour was brilliantly executed and was a nice way to finish off the day. We walked our group back to the hotel to get them settled in for the night. After a couple of quick reminders to be “brief, but polite” to strangers, we ...

    Athens of the north

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 15, 2013

    11 photos

    ... side streets that lead to interesting locations we would probably have missed.

    Near the top of the Royal Mile is Gladstone's Land, a very interesting tenement building owned by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS). We start off in the shop at the bottom which sold cloth, spices and small ale. We learn that the Scottish always measured a yard as 37 inches rather than 36. The reason being that to sell under the yard would be regarded as cheating. The ...

    The Borders, Abbeys, and Tea

    A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 13, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... constantly struggling against age and the elements to survive. Thankfully, the current efforts to protect these priceless artifacts for future generations are continuing. And what a beautiful wedding those folks staying in the castle must had had. We drove through rain showers, then the sun came out. In the small village of Galashiels, there were lovely ruins of an old church, then up the road a "new" church had been built. Across the road, a beautiful stone bridge was built in ...