Drumoig Golf Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tees, scorecards, a book of notes on the course and a trolley to wheel. The course was in excellent condition. It was very busy. After our game we had a late lunch in the clubhouse (Eden Clubhouse) then drove back to our pub via the coast road. The sea was crashing over the walls onto the roads in ...
... houses nestling into the hillside. A walk up along the cliff top meant we had wonderful views along the coast with its sheer cliffs and out to sea which was as calm as a millpond. Sitting on a bench seat at the end of the main street close to the sea and munching on a freshly made sausage roll from one of the little shops in the town, we wished we could bottle the day. It was magnificent – a picturesque stretch of coast, and who would have ...
... Lord for conscientious employees. Especially in the medical field, at any level. Still going to Nashville. But tonight (daytime in Nashville) Starla and I had a celebration meal at Ship on the Shore Restaurant in Leith, and closed our adventure here in Scotland. What a perfect ending to our time ...
... Neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes) were good, but boiled haggis was nasty. Fortunately, the first time I tried it (in Inverness) it was fried, and delish! So the way it's prepared makes a big difference. Now I am just chilling in the hotel room while Starla explores more shopping :) Despite the last 24 hours, this has been a fabulous experience. Hope you've enjoyed the pics. A few more left to post, hopefully later ...
... out that including my training, I cycled over 1800 miles in three months! And I think one of the most incredible things is that I didn’t get a single puncture!
What was the lowest point of the cycle?
Cycling in the Peak District on that Friday afternoon with Alistair Yates and having to abandon the stretch to the hotel because of the headwinds and brutal hills. I hate having to abandon and not making it to my destination, so that ...