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 cathedral line the coast and make the views of the North Sea quite unique. We walked around an old cemetery, which seems to be a Seale attraction in almost every city we have visited…After 600 years, the university is full of traditions and folklore. On the pathway In front of the chapel are the initials PH, which stand for Peter Hamilton. He was a Lutheran who was burned at the stake at age 24 in the 1500’s. The superstition is that if you step on ...
... houses and buildings stuck to or very close to each other It's amazing how different a lack of graffiti over everything will make a town or city seem so much cleaner and prettier. It was everywhere in Liverpool. You absolutely cannot get hungry in St. Andrews, there are so many cafes, pubs, and restaurants. it's a university town and that is very apparent in the number of young people out and about and the shops that cater to ...
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 ...
... both came with comfy seats and champagne. The yellow cabs of New York, dirty and cramped but so iconic The subway, lovely and cool on a hot day. The mad "Ride" bus, with its seats the wrong way and the dancing passers by The lift to the top of the Empire State The water taxi around the Statue of Liberty allowing us to add to the millions of photos of the dear lady. The helicopter over Manhattan (that Henry and Simon can claim at least) A lovely snooze ...
... we were off to find some lunch - we managed to find a perfect hotpot beef stew for Dad, and he also then tried his first Guinness from the UK while Mum and I knocked back some delish Strawb and lime cider. Good day. That night we headed out to Liz's for dinner. All up that day we had walked just over 13km so were in much need of putting our feet up and a good sleep.
Day two was freeeezing and this was the day we so happened to decide to do a round on one of the many ...