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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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... 7pm! So I was thankful for their help.
I almost missed this last bus back to Kinross, though. In fact, I did miss it at the planned stop, but I ran at top speed along its route, hoping it would stop again at the next stop and stay put long enough for me to get on. Thankfully I made it, because someone else was at the stop, embarking. Whew! I would have had to call my brother and ask him to come pick me up, which would have been ...
... wine are offered and I am left with too much food. Arriving at St Pancreas-Kingscross Station, I pass the 9 3/4 platform where people are queuing up for their Harry Potter photo and I rush to return back to my hotel in time for dinner with Karen without time to line up for my photo. Again with no communication methods, I try to call Karen on my room phone only to be told that it is not possible and that I have to use a public pay phone outside the hotel. I wonder what type of 4 ...
Well today the rain got us, no more skipping around the edges, but not such a drama as we had a long drive back to Edinburgh and not so much time off the bus so if it had to rain this was the day to do it. Not a good start as about 20 minutes into the journey we came across the traffic jam from an accident. Apparently two cars were on their roofs and emergency ...
... in G'town.
From there, Lisa was going to lead us up Carlton Hill but the weather had closed in so we abandoned the idea and instead decided to head back to Inverkeithing and Dunfermline. She walked with us down to Waverley and we took our leave of the lovely Lisa, promising to be back again.
Soon we were reunited with the car and decided to drive into central Dunfermline, not far from the Pitbauchlie, to get a bite to eat.
... I went back upstairs and outside. We were the only ones… Carys started calling out "Nessie, where are you?". As I have no shame at, I joined in and we were soon calling out for Nessie, running from side-to-side of the boat. We think we might have seen her quite a long way out. It was a shadow of something pretty big and Carys was happy with our discovery. We agreed ...