The Park Hotel

208 Annan Road, Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG1 3HE, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on 208 Annan Road, Dumfries, is near Robert Burns House and Ellisland Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Dumfries

    An In Depth Look At Muay Thai

    A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Dec 27, 13

    ... were knowledgeable in sword fighting skills, which made the need Wing Tsun Training for a dependable martial art more or less a necessity.

    Muay Thai used swords, spears, sticks, and hard strikes. In this type of environment, you didn't want the fight to go to the ground. The strikes and weapon movements needed be fast, hard, and very precise. With these types of conditions and the type of environment, Muay Thai needed ...

    Good Allergy Tips That Can Work For Anyone

    A travel blog entry by toothsomealcove on Sep 25, 13

    ... br>
    If your child is allergic to peanuts, it is vital to keep his or her school informed of this. Talk to the principal and all teachers to make sure they are aware of the allergy. Also, have them keep a note on file to cover all the bases. Many foods contain "hidden" peanut oils or peanut products. Even some cookies and crackers contain peanut product, so be diligent, for your child's sake.

    While certain foods can hurt ...

    Here, there and everywhere

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jun 23, 2013

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    The weather is still looking unsettled so we decide to go into Dumfries for the day. We start off with a town tour. It's looking decidedly empty. All the shops are closed including the chains which are normally open and we discover that 'someone' has misread the opening times (the someone with poor eyesight) and that the buildings we have come to see do not open till 2pm on Sundays.

    It's only 11am so we take a drive down the coast to New Abbey ...

    Can't Sleep

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 22, 2013

    18 photos

    ... back. He was having trouble figuring out where he was also, so we stopped to chat. He said he had been up on the Way, but it was too many hills and valleys (maybe he had been to Ireland, too?). He was going the way I had come, so we told each other what was ahead and went our separateways. (He was older than I also).

    The road here (all over really) was narrow and two lane. Cars and motorcycles whizzed by without taking much notice of me. No one honked or ...

    Scotland - Haggis, castles and bagpipes

    A travel blog entry by mady.bolch on Jul 31, 2012

    ... and apparently it's all the yummy bits like heart, liver, brains etc. So who wants some Haggis?  While we had wifi at the hostel we tried to organise the next step of our adventure: Paris. We have Eurail passes that we spent nearly $600 AUD on at home before we left, and they are a pain in the ass to use. You can't book your train over the Internet, you have to physically go to the station to book you tickets. It's also sometimes hard to find a direct train, ...