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 hundreds of twenty year olds on vacation, fun music and coloured spotlights flashing everywhere - quite the scene as you can imagine! And so much fun to be a part of! Before we knew it, it was time to head back to the hostels so Elisa and I could pick up our stuff and off to the airport we headed!
We had a much longer layover this time in Frankfurt and both flights were on time so the traveling went very smoothly and we were back in St Andrews by late afternoon. I got ...
... br> Up until the 1500's the Scottish and England each had their own reigning monarch. When they amalgamated and Scottish James VI moved to London he was actually England's first James. So the Scots refer to him as James the sixth and first. The present Queen Elizabeth is actually the Scot's first Elizabeth. You can see how it all gets convoluted from there...We also enjoyed exploring ...
... train, over the "Way Out" ramp and onto the bus. Ten minutes later, we were in St. Andrews. One thing I've learned on this trip: never ask young people for directions even when they're from the area and looking at a map. I blame GPS on their phones; they never have to develop a mental map of where they are or have been. Anyway, we managed to eventually find our way to Braeside BnB which was a riot of colour at the corner of a ...
... the outskirts of Birmingham, which beats driving along boring motorways. Takes longer, but we get to see some of the little towns and villages we would have missed otherwise.
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... Jedburgh towards Edinburgh airport, from which we were departing. We got into Edinburgh at about 1pm and treated ourselves to a Toby Carvery for lunch (Laura's Yorkshire pudding cravings are frequent and intense!) However, my pre-flight nerves kicked in shortly after, and we spent the majority of the afternoon in the airport with me feeling incredibly queasy...not an auspicious start to the trip!
The flight was short and ...