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... We ended off the night by watching the Masters 3rd round. There was a beer fest and band playing in the hotel bar, but we were so tired (and I had no clean clothes!), we couldn't drag ourselves off the beds! Today was a much better day! We started with breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then made out way to Castle Stuart Golf Course for our first round of the trip. The course was so quiet, we didn't see another group all ...
... advantage of the crumbling materials and took it away for their use. Hence the ruins left! The Cathedral of St Andrew (often referred to as St Andrews Cathedral) is a ruined Roman Catholic cathedral in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It was built in 1158 and became the centre of the Medieval Catholic Church in Scotland. It fell into disuse and ruin after Catholic mass was outlawed during the 16th-century Scottish Reformation. It is the largest ...
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Today we return home. We took our time getting up and packing our stuff up because the only place we had to go today was the airport at 3pm, which indeed, we weren't late too. We said our goodbyes to England and headed to the airport to drop of our charming car who put up with us. We got to our gate, got food and waited to board the plane. ...
... and at 11.00am took off to search for The Loch Ness monster and to take in a tour of Urquhart Castle. We sat on the outer deck in breezy and cooling conditions and reached the site of Urquhart Castle about 40 minutes later. Built in 1220, the medieval Urquhart Castle was the site of considerable action and bloodshed during the 13th to 17th centuries. It was largely destroyed in a fight in 1692 and was reduced to a ruinous condition, closely resembling the main penitentiary ...
... sooner or later. So there was a choice as our path merged into a forest track road. The soft ground became a rocky road and the markers weren't clear for the first time on the Way. Do we go left? Do we go right?
"I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference."
-Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken