Premier Inn Dundee East
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... couldn't stop out the front and we didn't know where the parking was. We drove around some back streets and I walked to Reception to find out where to park. We weren't far from the spot. Our room here is fine (£54). After dropping off our luggage we walked the streets of Dundee. Quite a nice city. Not very touristy. A great day. Tomorrow St.Andrews and Edinburgh, and then Moffat where we have fond ...
... and I headed off to play golf - it was much easier than "The Dukes" as it was basically flat and Jon and I would love to come back and put our names down for the ballot for the "Old Course". Jon scored a birdie on one hole so he now has something to crow about! The sense of history and golfing tradition absolutely oozes out of every street corner up here and as you drive past the Royal and Ancient Club (the "R&A) its ...
... and my beds from being stolen which he was definitely trying to do!
In the morning Charlotte and I went for the amazing breakfast and made Ray and Iain a crazy sausage, egg and black pudding sandwich. Unfortunately even though I put a lot of care into making that sandwich as I got up I accidentally stood on it. Apparently it still tasted good though!
On check out we all made our way to Fiona and Martins house for the rest of the day. We had a lot ...
At 6.00pm we went downstairs to the hotel restaurant and had a nice dinner. They had some baby food on the kids menu so we ordered Emma the ten month old baby pasta. It was pretty much like our food, a nice thick tomato sauce with herbs and chunks of pasta and tomato. She did really well with the chunkier food and liked it. It was a bigger portion than she’s used to but she ate it all ...
... for a drink. Spent a delightful couple of hours with Stu and Liz and their son Rob (who has just finished uni at Durham and moved home to get a job) over a bottle of read a bottle of Champers , then Liz phoned a restaurant about 3 minutes away and we wandered out for dinner. Temperature a balmy 12 degrees and not raining. I have no doubt this will change tomorrow but for today......make hay.......
We are going to dinner with ...