Travelodge Dundee Central

Address: West Marketgait, Dundee, Scotland, DD1 1NJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on West Marketgait, Dundee, is near Verdant Works, Sensation Dundee, HM Frigate Unicorn, and St. Kilda.
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    Travel Blogs from Dundee

    Alnwick to st Andrews

    A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jul 02, 2015

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    Beautiful views of Alnwick Castle as we left. Took the A1 to Scotland. Drove through Edinburgh but couldn't find a park (GPS takes you to the centre and we needed to do more research). So decided to drive on up to St. Andrews over the Forth Bridge. Once there, parked in the Main Street and found a little cafe for lunch. While walking through the town came across the Russell hotel at ...

    The Union is Preserved

    A travel blog entry by latintraveller on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... have lost. Nothing about a grand
    vision for a forward looking Scotland. Nope, it’s all about Social Justice, handouts,
    freebees and how they can get control of tax raising tools. If I hear one more
    Scottish accent going on about Social Justice (aka We Love a Nanny State) I’m cannot
    be held responsible for my actions. Just like in Canada, generally a bunch of
    whiney tossers but maybe that’s just my natural bias leaking out. The other
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    Dundee and cake

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... one about, it seems that Dundee is still asleep too? Our first stop is at Dundee Law, the basalt 'plug' of an extinct volcano. It is the highest point in the city at over 570 foot and is supposed to give stunning views over the city and the Tay. It does not disappoint. The approach road takes us through an area with a very strange feel...old cobble streets lined with 1950s council houses and flats. A bizarre meeting of two different different worlds. And talking of different worlds, ...

    Entry #6. More than just an ordinary town...

    A travel blog entry by myriamcaron on Apr 23, 2012

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    ... not for any king but for the bishops and even if the most part of it collapsed many years ago several tourists still visit it every day. The golf club was founded in 1754 and there are now four golf courses in town to host some local to international tournaments. One of the major professional tournaments, the British Open, is hosted here every five year. From amateur to professional, the courses are rarely ...

    Home Is Where the Heart Is

    A travel blog entry by iamsavingferris on Mar 02, 2012

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    ... evening was a brilliant confirmation of our friendship though.
    Fortunately, we met up the next day as well so we weren't left on some fantasy like evening that brought things back down to reality.



    Now as of a couple of weeks ago I'm single. For the past three years before that I had more or less always been in a relationship or sharing something meaningful with someone. Until recently I had never though the whole getting ...