St Andrews Tourist Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Andrews Tourist Hostel St. Andrews
Très, très, très mal indiquée...
Accueil sympa mais sans plus, pas de place dans les minis frigos, cuisine sommaire, encore une fois les douches sont à l'autre bout du couloir.
Pas de déjeuner, ni compris, ni proposé en plus.
En même temps pour le prix, fallait pas s'attendre à mieux, le routard l'avait bien dit !!!
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... local ones. I like the coldest beer on tap. Did I mention before that half a pint is exactly that? And half the price of a full pint, not like in Canada where they rip you off if you order a smaller amount of beer. We had enough room for dessert, so I asked about Clootie pudding. When a waitress sneers delicately while describing it, it's maybe a good idea not to get it, so I didn't.
St. Andrews is a very pretty town, ...
This day, we saw a lot from the windows of the coach; 202 miles of downhill scenery. We passed several ski areas, lots of farms, sheep, castle and church ruins, and beautiful country manors. We were able to see only the towers of Balmoral, as the Queen is in residence there now. And we stopped for a quick lunch in the town of Braemar.
Our longest stop of the day was at St. Andrews Golf Course. It's right on the North Sea, and ...
... crowds, the faster pace, the hustle of touring towns to see what we can in a short amount of time...please take us back to being lost on a mountain or having a smoko with our Australian friends... we have one day before the car is to be returned so off we go- St. Andrews is a lovely town, a university town that reminds me of Princeton or Harvard with its own character, and of course all things golf. We get a beautiful room on the 18th hole of the ...
... Galec language and lowlands (Edinburgh, Glascow etc) speak the Old Scottish language. There was no sight of Nessy when we visited Loch Ness (loch meaning lake in Galec). The towns we visited were Inverness (highlands capital), Pitlochry and Fort Augustus. In Augustus we watched some boats get lowered and raised using a boat canal, it was pretty cool to watch. Our tour guide warned us about chasing after all the cute lambs in the ...
... relax; there was no rushing, no stress. After perusing some little shops and then returning home and zipping up our bags one last time, we caught the bus to the airport for our departing flight at 530pm.
We flew to Heathrow and asked here if there was anyway we could get an upgrade for our next flight. The lady was a pompous cow and promptly told us “no” followed by “but don’t worry, you two have excellent seats”. I think ...