Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
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Putting a 3 month trip like this together is a major task - 7 countries to visit, 20 flights, conforming luggage, travel insurance, passports, visas, vaccinations, currency, 5 car hires, driving licences, accomodation in 16 places plus motel stops in NZ, sightseeing, , and - oh yes - paying for it all! The destinations are Las Vegas, Vancouver Island, Seattle, ...
... caddie rounds while on his break. I peppered him with questions the entire 18 round asking about the behind the scenes of the tour life. He was a really good guy and was open to telling me about his experiences. Good thing we were able to talk during the round as my game was terrible, but surprisingly I enjoyed the round. Darcy played well today and it would have been his best ball striking day. The course is famous for ...
... was repurposed to build a pier. We walked up to the Cathedral and wandered there for a couple of hours. We finished by climbing the 157 steps to the top of St Rules Tower. The view was definitely worth it. We drove back down the coast to Anstruther and had supper at the Waterfront Restaurant, really great place. Once we got back to the Caledonian we met Brian, Alan's cousin, for a drink in the bar. Arranged that we would meet the rest of the family for dinner there on the ...
... 7pm (still so hard to judge when the sun is so high) and we decided we had better keep some of our gawking for another day if we were to get dinner that night. We walked through the quiet suburbs, along the old railway viaduct (now another pleasant walk) and back through Lade Braes. Beautiful British bangers 'n' mash with spectacularly good strawberries and raspberries to follow (thanks Anne xxx) for dinner. Wonderful though that Baltic food was, it's still nice to have home-cooked ...