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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... competition most years. The flowers are so lovely. We're lucky they're still all blooming. St Andrew's Uni was established in 1412 and is a tutorial Uni like Oxford. Prince William & Kate attended this Uni. We stop and photograph St Andrew's Cathedral Ruins then the bus takes us down to the golf course parking area. It's another 30p to pee and this time the cubicles are so tiny that you have to back in. We found a golf shop and brought Bill Christensen a postcard as ...
... that thing called preparation and that other thing called patience. Here is a list of a few.
- When sitting in the comforts of a smouldering London flat with a two day hang-over checking the weather forecast for your first few days on the road, and it says storms and rain, probably best to purchase some wet weather riding gear.
- Service station hand dryers are not sufficient clothes driers ...
... playing later in the day.
In the morning we all went shopping - so many fabulous golf shops to visit and we all managed to find something to take home. Met up with Bill and Jess for lunch at Bill's club "The New Club" which is only about 120 years old. The dining room looks out over the 18th fairway of "The Old Course". After lunch we managed to get our photos taken on the famous bridge on the 18th fairway before ...
... of the world
is a more interesting story. A cathedral was
erected in honor of St. Andrew sometime during the 11th century and
it became a major pilgrimage sight. The legend goes that when
the pilgrims played the game of golf they liked it so much, they took the game home
The cathedral was the largest
ever built in Scotland and was destroyed during the ...
This trip was largely just for the pleasure of being in Scotland again. The weather was changeable, and I got thoroughly rained on, but it was just nice to be there.
We managed to make it to Luton Airport without a hitch, arriving in plenty of time for our flight, slept through the flight and made our way into Edinburgh. I spent the morning wandering the shops and streets, and then checked out ...