Altamount House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... to Langholme and was lucky to obtain some 20-50W oil. Added oil and decided to continue. Travelled slowly at first, but as no ill effects were noted and as the car was pulling strongly with plenty of power and not making smoke I gradually increased speed until we wereonce again cruising at between 45 and 50 mph. Reached Roslin with no further incident. No oil vapour, not even oil smell! Puzzling!! Suspect it may be that ...
... all around St Andrews looking for something and ended up at a "hotel" (shades of Oz) on a steep hill overlooking the rather grotty seafront where we could at least get a pint and sit outside with it. I commented on the number of sweating American women labouring up the hill dragging golf bags, and Gray pointed out that just below us, a small, ratty looking paddock with a stern and rather unlovely stone building on one side was actually the Royal and Ancient. Oops, ...
... and deveopment possibilities. Also the quality - endurance is important.
4. Price. Not too high - 300$ max, as many dangers wait for it while in travel: can get wet, stolen, crashed etc.
5. Extensions. Wifi, bluetooth, GPS is "a must", SD card slot is also helpful, HDMI plug is nice but can live without it. 3G is great but additionaly expensive and can be omitted with a regular phone and tether function.
Right now I have 2 options: ...
... engineering and definitely worth a stop. Moving on from there we crossed the bridge (pleased to see they'd finally paid it off so no longer demanded a toll) and headed for Dunfermline. Ask most Scots what they think about Dunfermline and they'll likely say they never deemed it worth a visit. Well, it's clear they're missing out on a truly wonderful city, full of history and great landmarks. Besides being the former capital of Scotland ...