Altamount House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was related to Jessie Innes. I would investigate later.....
I only know a few facts about my paternal grandfather, I know his name was George Anderson. I have been told that he was born in a little place called Leysmill. Although I haven’t been able to find out any other information about George it was really nice of Rory to drive us through Leysmill to get a feel for the place he once lived.
We also drove along the street ...
... with the Castle looming above us. It was a nice drive and I enjoyed some views of gorgeous fields and overgrown hillsides with lots of thistle (the Scottish National emblem) growing making for pretty purple scenes. Had to remind myself we were still in England.
WOW we loved the location of the castle, right beside the sea with a nice view as you looked out to Holy Island. It was looking like rain so we walked down to ...
... shops and little eateries everywhere, as well as the normal cultural experiences that are synonymous with Scotland. Just walking around a little place like Perth is an experience in itself. It is an historic and a stimulating environment. Even though it is a Sunday, there are people everywhere and the place is a hive of activity and it is easy to see why it is renown as a place to spend a day.
A significant feature of the city are the ...
... rather than one of theirs - quite , quite dead! Discovered that Mum has wifi so fixed all that up. It is great as it means tha I will be able to use my iPad for emails and will not need to rely on the computer. We had lunch at Monturpie with Mum and Tom and Elaine. It was great as always. Had a window seat so looked out over the Firth of forth. Quite a sight. Travel caught up with me ...
... The Lizard just after 11pm. In St. Andrews, clubs won’t let people in after midnight in what I’m guessing is an attempt to keep noisy people off the streets and to encourage people to go out (and come home) early. This is yet another instance where Spain and Scotland differ vastly.
Our night at The Lizard was fun. I ended up meeting several Americans that night who are undergraduates at St. Andrews. I was told that St. Andrews is just behind Oxford ...