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... again and we were rewarded with a magnificent rainbow over the bay. What a sight!
We took the tourist route back to Perth passing through the pretty city of Dundee and crossing the impressive Tay Road Bridge which is 2.25km long, crossing the Tay River.
We had another fun afternoon exploring this beautiful part of Scotland and are very happy with our decision to make Perth our base for the week.
... the market hall since she was able to translate everything, explain to us what was being sold and share with us personal anecdotes. We got to taste so many different Hungarian specialties being sold and left with wonderfully full bellies. Our next stop was to the Gellert Baths, one of the most famous thermal baths of the city - a Hungarian version of le Nordik Spa/le Scandinave. There were hot thermal baths, cold pools and a sauna and we alternated between the various pools which ...
... chips - the freshness AND the amount ( and the price!).
Then we took a coastal walk to another fishing village - that of Pittonweam - where we walked between a golf course and the ocean at one point, as well as behind homes that look out to the sea and the isle of May in the distance. The walk was along the rough shoreline and showed beautiful ocean views. There were little caves with benches, the odd swing set and even a golf course ...
... nervous about hitting their first shot on the famous and illustrious Old Course and now the standard had been set low.
Donnie was lucky number 13. Just as he was set to come back to the BnB for breakfast, a cancellation came in and he was able to get on for 7:40 instead of 10:20 (which would have meant the entire game in this weather). No warmup putting or anything. He hired a caddy and what a great decision. The caddy read his game quickly ...
... roast beef or chicken). Dessert was oats with whiskey, berries and cream all washed down with red wine and a double shot of local Scottish whiskey. Bagpipes, Scottish dancing, piano accordion and a fiddle player filled in the entertainment with a couple of Scottish songs finally finishing with auld lang syne. A spare bottle of red accompanied Cheryl home but we kept it for another ...