The Stevenson House
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... the ages that you have to marvel that they still stand. We go to have some lunch and are pleased to hear a quartet of pipers out on the street playing. These are four 20 something lads with some real talent.
Just down the street is a place called Glandstone's Land. This is a house that has been refurbished to the year 1617. Once again it tells you the history of the people, who could have afforded the flats. They have wonderful exhibits about how people ...
... quickly realized that she was claustrophobic but managed to stay clam under we reached some fresh air again. We were told stories about the land, about the people, about witches and spirits and living back in those times….very interesting and worth the 2 hours.
Travelling definitely takes it out of you, by 9.30 we were buggered and decided to go back for a nap (as the sun was still as it was at midday) for an hr then venture on for a night ...
Saw the New Year come in with a bang at the concert!!!!...... Slept late and just hung around the hotel until lunch time...Roy and I went to a little restaurant around the corner. Hannah and Justin slept later than usual because they helped close ...
... of Scottish emigrants, in all their far-flung new homes!
And the Man Ray was brilliant - mostly straight photos of his various lovers and famous contemporaries, only two solarisation and no Rayographs.
By then I was thinking I should get home, so I wandered back down to Waverley Station and caught the 4:29 home, which stopped only at Cupar and then Leuchars before going on to Places North, so I was back in St Andrews and having a drink in the pub with Graham before ...
... the full roasted pig in the window. Served up on fresh bread, with all the trimmings of stuffing, cracklie and a squirt of apple sauce - my bite was pretty A+. The whisky was YUM - I'm definitely starting to get into in more and more.
That night, instead of going out again we went to MnS for a huge antipasti spread. It was amazingly good - especially the walnut bread we get and we sat at home discussing Italian plans and booking plans in for the next few weeks. Bliss