Altamount House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After our day at the games we visited the Tullibardine Distillery and Brewery. Traci and Nathan are not big fans of scotch however we could not come to Scotland without visiting a distillery and this one was special. Its history dates back to 1488 when King James the IV of Scotland stopped here on the way to his coronation to buy beer and he later rewarded them with a ...
... the Misty Harbor coat brand instead of London fog, ha ha). :)
This entry is going to be mostly pictures, as I have to get an early lunch and walk to the nearby village to catch the bus to Perth, where I hope to shop for a few hours before walking up to the edge of town to visit my Mum for a little while. We've all given her two days off from visits, so hopefully she will be ready for a short one by now, especially as I'm by ...
My house guest this week is a book-lover from England, so it seems very appropriate to take him to see the first ever free public lending library in Scotland, tucked away in the heart of Perthshire. Our route goes past Stirling so we break our journey to check out the new National Trust Heritage Centre at Bannockburn, which was opened earlier this year to commemorate the 700th anniversary of a battle which was crucial in defining the future identity of Scotland.
... br> We stopped at Stirling castle, think Mel Gibson and Braveheart, and got a "deal" on a pass to see multiple attractions so we drove further east to the golf mecca of St. Andrews. We had to see the castle ruins and cathedral ruins, unfortunately the winds closed down the tower so we missed going up for a birds eye view of the area.
We left the serenity of the highlands, that was country folk encapsulated in its own time and place... now we ...
... give an indication of the degree of turn involved.
So without local knowledge it is very hard to know the speed to enter a curve in the road. Of course most of the curves are blind due to a lovely stone wall or hedge conveniently placed.
We made our way to St. Andrews without incident and only a couple of drivers zoming by us at the first straight bit of road.
We parked in a car park right at the beach adjacent to the St. Andrews Golf Club.
The setting ...