Marlee Guest House

Address: 3 Norrie Street, Dundee, Scotland, DD5 2SD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3 Norrie Street, Dundee, is near Broughty Castle, Sensation Dundee, HM Frigate Unicorn, and Panmure Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Dundee

Another beautiful day

A travel blog entry by uktrip on Jul 04, 2015

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... is twinned with. We went for a long walk in the afternoon in the opposite direction from the harbour and found more rolly-Polly hills and a playground on the seafront. While the girls were swinging, seagulls stole 2 large tomatoes out of our shopping bag and the fruit shop man told us he had one customer have a lemon stolen right out of her hand. The little whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers of the most ...

Alnwick to st Andrews

A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jul 02, 2015

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Beautiful views of Alnwick Castle as we left. Took the A1 to Scotland. Drove through Edinburgh but couldn't find a park (GPS takes you to the centre and we needed to do more research). So decided to drive on up to St. Andrews over the Forth Bridge. Once there, parked in the Main Street and found a little cafe for lunch. While walking through the town came across the Russell hotel at ...

Day 9 St Andrews

A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jun 21, 2014

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... take in the vast ocean expanses and activities and was well worth the detour. Simply beautiful country and we are probably seeing it at its absolute best at this time of the year. The farmland is magnificent and meticulously laid out. We passed through many small towns with their enchanting, quaint and historic homes and farms.

A feature of many of the farms are the beautiful all-stone fences that go on for miles. They are as good as the day they were put ...

Settling in to real life

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 22, 2013

... oldest, (post bar mitvah) who is wearing a broad brimmed hat and is clearly acting Father for the day despite his teenage spots and tendency to suck his thumb if he thinks no one is looking. He and the oldest girl manage all the little ones, Mum just pays the fares and quells toddler riots with A Look. They all speak broad Scots; why should one be surprised? Did I expect them all to shout "oy vey!" and break into a chorus of "If I Were A Rich ...

Travelling Solo

A travel blog entry by weecousins on Dec 19, 2011

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... complete with a streaky window! I was on the right side in order to see the gorgeous coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. The views were riveting, I never even made eye contact with the person sitting across from me.

I kept an eagle eye out for my stop. I was looking so forward to seeing Steve and his wife and daughters again and didn’t want to end up in London. I managed to get off and didn’t even have time to wonder if I was at the right ...