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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... and down the street a block over, it was ridiculous!! We successfully got tickets this time and I am so excited for the event that will be held on November 30th!
Although slightly less early, I also headed into town early last Sunday morning to sign up for another fun experience, this one held next January. I decided to sign up with the St Andrews Surf Club winter trip - surfing for a week in the Canary Islands the week before school starts up again. I ...
... champagne, compliments of the house. She was very attentive, despite being very busy, especially with a group of American tourists at the table over. They reminded me of those rom-com/drama movies featuring a bunch of couples having a loud, jolly meal together with lots of booze, but then relationships clearly take a turn for the worse. We were making up the plot as we ate our meal, Donnie, of course, staring ...
We arrived in Edinburgh in late afternoon and caught a taxi from the train station to our accommodation. I had researched a launderette which wasn't too far from our Bed and Breakfast, so I got the taxi to drop me off with all of my clothes so I could finally get my washing done. The lady at the launderette was a little taken aback by me waltzing in with my big backpack as well as my daypack, and she said that it was closed! However it was only closed if you wanted to do it ...
... name Creich Parish). And the reception/party was held in a barn overlooking the Tay River. Lots a people were Scottish thus kilts and tartan trousers were everywhere. Some men had really cool sporran made with Badger or fox or wild ferret.... (the sporran is the bag worn on the kilt to prevent from it flying to high because it is not a myth that true Scots don't weir any underwear!). Of course we had a ceilidh, traditional scottish dancing during ...
... staring at the columns, a grey haired man, who was already up there, asked if we needed a hand. Erin, always ready to interact with humans, immediately said yes and took his hand. In the three seconds it took for Erin to grab his hand and for him to pull her up, I decided to do it as well, and B followed me. Anne declined, and walked off on her own.
Every time we were high enough to see for miles, we were surprised by all the water. While on the columns, Erin finally asked ...