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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is quite old; it was formally Gardyne's Land (a generic term for three buildings that surround a courtyard) built in the 1640s and last modified in the 1800s. In one of the buildings, the attic once housed a bagpipe maker, a watchmaker, an artist and an engraver. We checked in and because we had lovely, sunny, 70 degree weather, we got the good advice to see St. Andrews today and not wait till tomorrow when the weather was expected to be poor. We are so ...
Looking back at the week that has just passed, I feel as though my life has made a complete 360 degree flip since last year. This year has taught me to put myself out there and sign up for things I have never tried with people I have never met, it has taught me how to stride outside my comfort zone with a smile on my face and has taught me to what extent a laugh can be contagious. I have spent this past week meeting dozens of new people through hiking ...
... Quite a bit cooler here compared to Ireland. Our guest house accommodation is very good, and the old pub around the corner serves up a nice dinner. The owner of the guest house assured me that I would have little trouble in having a game of golf tomorrow, so I am looking forward to that. Julie is planning to check out the shopping in St ...
... hotel for another hot, high pressure shower.
We went for dinner at a place called the Glasshouse, just up from the hotel. The menus in restaurants here are rather interesting. So far every restaurant, cafe or bistro we have been in has leaved toward the Italian style rather than french. With pastas, rissottos, and antipasti.
Then along side the traditional Italian fare, there are Scots/eurpoean style meals. I've so far had (if not always enjoyed)
... tea in a pretty tea house with scones and cream. Glasgow seems to be a bigger and busier city than Edinburgh. There were a lot more people around who seemed to be working rather than tourists. A nice place to see. Yesterday Vish and I did a day tour called West Highlands and Castles. We got very lucky with the weather so it only drizzled a few times. My favourite part of the trip was driving past a small town called Cairndow and up the hill ...