Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... in the tea rooms. The miniature soldiers on display are in the same formation as the parade at Queen Elizabeth's coronation in 1953. And the rooms in the dolls house are replicas of the rooms inside the castle. From there we headed off to St. Andrews which amongst other things is famous for its golf course. To our surprise we were able to walk through the golf course which was a very busy golf course. ...
... takes forever to slowly settle down.
It goes without saying that I will miss the beauty of the country, I think more spectacular and varied than anywhere I have seen except perhaps the South Island of New Zealand, and I will certainly miss the lovely, lovely people. Where did this myth about dour, mean Scots come from? It could not be further from the truth. We have found them to be more cheerful, generous and friendly, as a people, than possibly any ...
Why does one of the world's most advanced nations, the country that gave us the steam engine, the telephone, television, penicillin and Dolly the sheep not know about:
1. spray olive oil?
2. powder beef & chicken stock?
3. oregano in any form, fresh or dried?
and most importantly, how can they in ...
... the bathroomn.
After dropping my bag and doing the usual toilet stop, I started out agin. Now, to reach the main area of Edinburgh – which seems to be marked by Princess St, - you need to walk up this quite steep road. Simone had suggested a bus but, as I had just missed one by seconds, I decided to walk. It was quite a sturdy walk, let me tell you! However, It did lead me straight down to Princess St and a good view of the castle and the seats set ...
... forth to tackle the trip to Dundee to buy curtains. It's a pretty drive, culminating in the enormously long Tay Bridge and sure enough, it's a disaster - there are road works at the far end that trap unwary visitors and shoot you down into the waterfront amusement park with no hope of reprieve. However, I eventually managed to fight my way around 400 roundabouts and arrived at the Kingsway East Retail Park. This is a sort of like Harvey Norman Supacenter on steroids, ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Abbey Cottage St. Andrews
Other places to stay in St. Andrews
St. Andrews Bay, St. Andrews | 5 star hotelfrom $254
- First Class Hogmany Celebration
- Absolutely wonderful
- Fantastic Golf and Hotel
Pilmour Links, St. Andrews | 4 star hotelfrom $284
Strathkinness Low Road, St. Andrews | 4 star hotelfrom $254
- Luxury hotel - what a joke!
- It saved our trip
- Rufflets - a gorgeous place to stay!
76 The Scores, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $230
40 The Scores, St. Andrews | 3 star hotelfrom $197
- Nice public areas but room overpriced
- Pearl of Scotland
- Everyone is very special
129 North Street, St. Andrews | 3 star hotelfrom $164
56 North St, St. Andrews | 3 star hotelfrom $196
127 North Street, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $167
26 The Scores, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $156
1 Pimour Place, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $208
22 Murray Park, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $39
37 St. Mary St, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $93
2 Playfair Terrace, St. Andrews | Hotelfrom $173
St Michaels By Leuchars, St. Andrews | 3 star hotelfrom $132