Fairnie House

Address: 10 Abbey Street, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9LA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Abbey Street, St. Andrews, is near St. Andrews Castle, Kingsbarns Golf Links, West Sands, and The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews.
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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews

I feel summer coming!

A travel blog entry by emseale on Apr 13, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

Yet another week has passed that has left me with a big smile on my face and immense gratitude in my heart. The week began with Easter Sunday - a beautiful day with not a single cloud in the sky and the sun warming up the weather to 20 degrees! I started off the day by doing a little Easter egg hunt with Francis and Elliot and enjoying the fresh air while getting some chocolate. I then headed off to East Sands, one of the beaches here, to soak in some sun with my ...

That's a wrap

A travel blog entry by graemefarquhar on Dec 13, 2014

12 photos

... br>
In Laos for example, the curfew
for bars is somewhere around 11-11.30pm. But that can always be body-swerved
through a close relationship with or a little bribe to the local police or
mafia (not necessarily a difference there).

4. That lying down all day in a
market stall counts as work.

For many Asians, their only source
of income is through the products they sell at their market stalls. Competition
can be rife, particularly in ...

Free Food Fan

A travel blog entry by emseale on Sep 09, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... haggis so far).

And the free food does not even stop just yet!! Our last stop was at a community garden that students maintain right by my residence with every possible vegetable ever - from kale and potatoes to artichokes and turnips! There we enjoyed some potato soup and they gave us a tour of the garden. Students can garden there as much and as little as they want and can take home as many and as few vegetables as they want - this means ...

Could've met Kate in St Andrews...

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on May 31, 2014

110 photos

... running after 9 years or something. Bad idea. Probably should have known better seeing as it was opening day and if I remember rightly, there was an older, wiser someone who did make her feelings heard...but we decided to ignore her anyway. We just missed the first tram and then had to wait half an hour for the next one we could get on. They were packed and hot, no air con that we could notice. But we were on the tram and set off down Princes St. Didn't get far before ...


A travel blog entry by tryan on Nov 28, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... he gave a great overview of the city as well as what to see and do. I went back that evening for the Darkside tour, which outlined all the creepy stories of Edinburgh's past (and present!). Finally the next day I was lucky enough to get on the Castle tour which only had three people so I was able to easily connect with the others on the tour as well as ask questions freely. Edinburgh's literary culture is also prominent in the city's identity, with pubs, ...