Travelodge Dundee Central
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... for quite a while before heading off back to Dundee. We spent another lovely evening at Lorna's house before Rory took us back to Alison's.
Further investigation when I got back to my computer (& with help from Steph at home) I was able to confirm that Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes was in fact my great great grandmother (the mother of my great grandfather Robert Innes). The fact that we found them laid to rest side by side gave me goosebumps!
... is the castle, but we were happy with just a wander around the streets and along the 'beach'. We had fish and chips for dinner which were some of the best I've had, and again had a pretty quiet night. The next day we went searching for souvenir shops to find a replacement plate for the one dad had broken of mums! Luckily enough we found what I think is the exact same one, and with that achieved we jumped in the car and headed for ...
... side of the road. I thanked him and said I would meet him at 3:30.
Went onto the pottery shop and looked at there brochures then asked the lady where Corrydon lodge was. She said it was about a mile (1.6 km) so I looked at some of the stuff it the shop before setting off on my walk along the road. It was nice walking along the Scottish country side bit I was walking along the road which was a bit dangerous. Then I'd been walking about half an hour I thought I should ...
... chocolate to go.
The next stop on our tour was Anstruther - the largest village in the chain. We got out at the harbor, walked past the cafes on the main road, and went into the visitor's center, where the woman working there was more than happy to hear about our plans, and share tips. She was also keeping track of where visitors were from and was happy to add three more states to her list. Lunch was an ...
... exactly a mansion, but tangible none the less.
Another (smaller) gathering of the clan on Tuesday night and I’m confident I have convinced two generations of rellies to come to Perth for a visit so I can return the wonderful hospitality
Wednesday and we are off to Birmingham as a stopover on our way Stone Henge on Thursday and then onto Cardiff in Wales.