Travel Blogs from Blairgowrie
... you were everything was inside of the Cathedral. It was massive and must have been quite awesome back in it's glory days. We then headed to town centre to walk around and finally off to dinner followed up with delicious ice cream at the ice cream parlour voted #1 in all of Scotland. We have decided we are going back everyday as there were so many flavours to choose from and it was so ...
... a nearby building. After the tour Tiffany and headed out to a place called Balgrove Larder which is a neat market that sells fresh made breads & scones, meat, vegetables, etc. They also have a cafe & fire steak pit. We bought some scones, veggies & cheese and had lunch at a picnic table. Headed back into town and now I am waiting at the hotel for the ...
... Edinburgh and ran into heavy traffic. 1 hour to go 12 miles but we eventually made it to St Andrews. We have a great view from our room. We look out towards the West Sands, where Chariots of Fire was filmed and a view of the Old Course Club House and the 1st & 18th holes. Just wanted around this evening in town, on the beach and along the golf ...
... network and is the place where the Forth and Clyde canal meets the union canal. It's an awe inspiring structure which rise 35 m into the air and we got to go in a boat which sailed into it and were elevated 35m to then sail into the upper canal. It replaced 8 locks which used to take up to a day to navigate. Now because of the wheel it takes 15 mins. For those interested in amazing engineering structures, a search in google is a must! It ...
... Scottish barman, 2 Australian and an Italian waitress. Turned out to be a good move in the end, when Steornabhagh B&B had place for me for the evening, even if they did not have mobile cover :).
I woke up the next morning to the sound of heavy rain and strong winds, so after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool