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Travel Blogs from Fort William
Once the guys were back Jason and I headed out to check out the details for our next 2 rounds at St. Andrews. Want to make sure we are at the right place at the right time! Once Darcy was done napping we headed out to check out the ruins of the St. Andrews Castle and Cathedral. The cathedral ruins were quite amazing as you could see the outline of the cathedral and there were sings ...
... a nearby building. After the tour Tiffany and headed out to a place called Balgrove Larder which is a neat market that sells fresh made breads & scones, meat, vegetables, etc. They also have a cafe & fire steak pit. We bought some scones, veggies & cheese and had lunch at a picnic table. Headed back into town and now I am waiting at the hotel for the ...
... Edinburgh and ran into heavy traffic. 1 hour to go 12 miles but we eventually made it to St Andrews. We have a great view from our room. We look out towards the West Sands, where Chariots of Fire was filmed and a view of the Old Course Club House and the 1st & 18th holes. Just wanted around this evening in town, on the beach and along the golf ...
I wish we had more time to spend in this area,
which is very important in Scotland's history. Two terms kept
repeating in the narration of the area, which I vowed to research when I
returned home: Jacobites and the Massacre of Glencoe.
Jacobites: "In British history, a supporter of the exiled Stuart ...
... plan to make it to Fort William first and then head east toward Cairngorns National Park to hit a major highway back down to Edinburgh.
So... we crossed over Loch Leven to continue north along the eastern coast of Loch Linnhe, which was as beautiful a loch as any of the others we had seen thus far.
Loch Linnhe really had a "Loch Ness feel" to it. At least as far as we know, because we never actually ...
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