The Elgin Hotel

Address: Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, KY11 3EE, United Kingdom | 2 star inn
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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

    ... of flat sands. Part of the beach is covered in Joppa rocks which are round gray rocks that look 'softer'. A little further on Gullane beach had lots of families enjoying the sunshine and there were even children paddling in the walled sea pool. North Berwick had to be visited to put us back in touch with home.

    Dunfermline is an interesting town with a castle, abbey, gardens and the birthplace of Andrew Carnegie. The son of a weaver, the family migrated ...

    A Narrow Escape With My Luggage

    A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 20, 2015

    6 comments, 3 photos

    ... asked someone else in the family to get her one. Oh well, it will come, because she gets through it quickly, and the hospital doesn't provide it. She's able to take showers by herself, but she is supposed to have someone right there in case she falls.

    I also bought some pink grapefruit to make sure I ate enough fruit in the upcoming days (I am rather fond of this fruit, next only to natural-ripened peaches and bing cherries).There really wasn't much else to ...

    Day Two

    A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... or chaperones to experience it. After the count, we made our way to Terminal 5 to find the correct gate. Unfortunately, when we arrived at the terminal we discovered that we all needed to complete landing cards. This was definitely frustrating because we had asked about completing landing cards on the plane and the flight attendant told us that we did not have to complete them because we wouldn't clear customs until Edinburgh. While I was sceptical of this, I elected to trust ...

    Athens of the north

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 15, 2013

    11 photos

    ... s walking frames, always made two inches wider than the door frames so that the infants could not wander out to the stone staircase.

    Near the bottom of the Royal Mile we see a formal garden and, set in the pavement are some markers showing the place of the city wall, beyond which was church-owned land. Hence its name: Canongate. Opposite is a pub called World's End, so called because this was at the city gate and for those that lived here then, it was the ...

    The Borders, Abbeys, and Tea

    A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 13, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... The Borders and no where was it closer to us than our next stop at Scott's View. This scenic view of the Eildon Hills from Bemersyde was one of Sir Walter Scott’s favourite views of his beloved Borderland. It is said that the horse pulling the hearse taking him to his interment at Dryburgh Abbey stopped at this spot, as it usually did on its daily outings with Sir Walter aboard. As we approached, the sun was out long enough for us to take some stunning photos, but we could ...