Best Western Queens Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... 8 pounds, which I thought was a bit steep, especially as I wanted lots, not knowing when I will get back over here. I settled for some at the next store, where they were 7 pounds. Then I used the bathroom at Marks and Spencer and bought a snack and cup of tea. (Tip: if you order a cup of tea in UK cafe, they will uually give you a small pot of tea that makes two generous cups. I wasted half of it, unfortunately, because ...
... I really enjoyed the surrounding scenery. It took me 35minutes to get down from the hill to bridges over river Tay. I almost missed my train to Glasgow, but managed to get to the station in time. The second possible threat that day.
NB: there is no storage room at the station. But you may try your luck in the Station Hotel. 3 pounds and Collin Firth warmly smiling at you from the gratitude photo in their lobby ...
... formal and there was no register of events for the new guard to review. From the castle we could see the Firth of Forth, Fife and other areas around Edinburgh. St Andrews Golf Course, where golf is reputed to have originated is about 82km north of Edinburgh and on the other side of the Firth of Forth. It takes about 2 hours to drive there from Edinburgh. Edinburgh Castle has been built, demolished and rebuilt since its initial ...
... track which caused us to detour and lose time as we clambered over tree trunks and through nettles. We found ourselves one track away from where we needed to be but after crossing the busy A9 had the delightful present of a young deer standing on the track eating broom which lined our route. It was a super bonus to the morning as we managed to get fairly close before we were noticed. Our link up with the Roadie was at Tibbermore, a small crossroads which we reached at 10.45 hrs. ...
... who work there and who are I imagine these days will be veterans of Northern Ireland, the Falklands and the Gulf War. There are also war memorials saved from buildings that are no more, a photographic record of all the famous visitor's they've had along with a couple of full size snooker tables.
It was an absolute honour to be shown round by Ray who had himself completed tours in Serbia, Bosnia ...