Ridgeway Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the rest of my evening with my flatmates and some friends and we made a huge feast and ate loads of cake, ice cream and played board games. It was the first time in my life that I was not celebrating my birthday with my family (although I guess the fact that we were able to skype counts for something!) but I was so touched by everything my friends here did for my birthday. I am so excited for what awaits this year and what adventures are left in these last few months at St Andrews!
... my sister didn't want to risk him troubling me in the house.. He was abused as a puppy by a previous owner, so he has somes odd sensitivities and at times erratic behavior. He took to me quite easily, though). Anyway, after work in Perth, my sister is going to meet me at the hospital the other side of town and transfer my luggage over to my married sister's car. The latter will take me back with her to Dunfermline, where I will ...
... shelf in the living room. Looking at the old video tapes, we felt like we had been placed back in our teen years, reading through the old titles, which were popular, when we were young. We felt like kids going through our parents video collection in 1985, while they where out and we were free to watch all the good ol movies. We watched Jumanji, had some ginger beer, lit a nice fire in the fire place stove and had quite a comfy evening. Soon it was midnight and Richy ran off ...
... and I headed off to play golf - it was much easier than "The Dukes" as it was basically flat and Jon and I would love to come back and put our names down for the ballot for the "Old Course". Jon scored a birdie on one hole so he now has something to crow about! The sense of history and golfing tradition absolutely oozes out of every street corner up here and as you drive past the Royal and Ancient Club (the "R&A) its ...
... outside staircase. Lunch was good sitting in the sun after walking the 8 miles from Kinross which had flown by this morning. However we had more walking to do as we wanted to go passed our finish point for today so we could take part in the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth 2nd in Perth tomorrow. We left Path of Condie, refreshed and full to walk down the 1 in 6 hill to cross the Water of May at Pathstruie. It meant a 1 in 6 ...