DoubleTree By Hilton Dundee
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... complete without an understanding and a taste if you can, of the culinary offering, synonymis with Forfar, The "Bridie". Another scottish meat pastry snack, half moon shaped folded and filled with meats and spices. It comes in two varieties, with onions or without.Once baked either is indistinguishable from the other but for the holes punched in the pastry. One for without and two for "with onion". Ingenious and tasty..
... we expected.
The flat is odd: entry off a flight of steps up from the garden into a long passage. In turn there is the bathroom, spare bedroom, kitchen bedroom off the passage, then the lounge/ dining in the front, towards the street. The furniture is elderly but solid, and the bed small but hopefully not too soft. Curtains not so great, though - first thing tomorrow is really thick, heavy curtains for our bedroom!
The first thing that Ada said ...
... host Chris.
Later that evening after dinner we took a walk to see 22 Rosebank Street. The location of Deb S's. great grandfather's home in Dundee.
Sadly, once again, we discovered that there was no home left at 22 Rosebank Street. There is now a small park in the location of the old home.
We then proceeded to McAdams Pub further along Rosebank Street. A true working ...
... up by mum and dad. I went from lovely warm 28 degree weather to 6 degrees and I was freezing. Luckily mum bought me a hot water bottle, thick coat, a hat and scarf too which I snuggled into pretty quickly. We stopped for a hearty fish and chips on the way home which was so good after all the airplane food I'd been eating.
Over the next four days I met up with Mel, Julie and Susy friends of mine from Weston. I had a big family get together for an Indian ...
... fairway) and there may be a car crossing the fairway in the photo I have included looking back down the fairway from the 18th Green to the Old Course Hotel. There is a small white triangular building set into the left hand side of the Hotel which is the Jigger Inn. It was once the station masters hut in the old days when the train ran through here but these days it is a small pub incorporated into the great hotel complex which ...