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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... Dunhill Championship which is co-hosted with Carnoustie and the Old Course. The pictures of this course are startling and Chris and I hoped for weeks that we would be able to see it in its best light. We were so blessed we had a warm and very sunny afternoon and the sights were amazing and hopefully the photos do justice to this magical spot. Situated ten minutes south of St Andrew's it runs across the coastline taking in the stunning shoreline and rolling ...
... He told me that there is a move to put a minimum price on alcohol to control youngsters' drunkenness - although I will say that it's a lot less of a problem here, as far as we can see, than in Australia - but it's had a very negative effect on the little artisan winery he uses, which used to be able to sell lots of mixed wines to serious wine drinkers like himself, but that is now considered to be a "special offer" so no longer allowed.)
The Abernethy Tower ...
... trying to fix up a little bit at
the time and the other half is living in new houses that they are building just
beside the old one, without bothering taking it down. Another thing that
surprised me was that the main language in those places is Gaelic so everywhere
you go the main directions are written in Gaelic.
counts close to 800 islands around its coast, some of them are populated, but
most of them aren’t ...
... friends at Saint Andrews. She’s getting her masters in management with a specialty in the creative industries. Anna Marie, from Chicago, is another of Kim’s friends who is getting her masters at Saint Andrews. Jenny, a girl from Wales, lives and works in Saint Andrews. Mike, from Michigan, is getting a masters degree in public health before returning to the U.S. to begin a PhD program in public health at U. Michigan. I also met a guy from India, one from Greece, ...
... back into the old town where we went to another tour.
This one was the real mary kings close tour which was a tour of mary kings close which is one of the many tiny closes’ that were used and lived in hundreds of years ago, but are now underground and abandoned due to the black plague. There now lies a huge building on top of where these ...