Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drinking, music, drinking....
Speaking of haggis, I had some for breakfast this am - really not bad, if you don't think too much about how it's made.
Then met Emily at the bus station for a day's tour of the "east neuk" of Scotland ( I suspect this is where the word nook comes from). First stop the village of Anstruther for the award winning fish and chips - they certainly deserved the prize, and grampa would have approved of ...
Emily had class all day so it was the parents solo today. We were up and at 'em to negotiate the public transport of Fife, which was quite comprehensive and enjoyable. From bus to train we had an enjoyable trip to Stirling to visit the majestic castle on the top of the hill. It was a steep climb up narrow cobblestone roads to the stately gates of the castle that dates from as far back as the ...
... well-located with respect to Em's residence - about a 10 minute walk when not carrying all your luggage in the rain!
This morning we poked around the town a bit while waiting for Emily's class to finish. One of the interesting features about St Andrews university (and as I learned today other medieval universities, like Oxford, apparently) is that it is completely integrated in the town, with ...
... a fantastic view of the sea out one set of windows and the golf course out of another. And a King bed which is unheard of in the UK. You usually only see twins and doubles. That is all we had so far and every other time we have been in Europe. Once we got checked in we headed out for a celebratory drink to Dunvegan's hotel which has a famous pub where all the PGA players go. The entire pub including the ceiling is covered with framed pictures of ...
... driving tour of the fishing villages on the East Neuk (coast) of Fife. The first village we came across was Elie. We drove through to St. Monans and then to Pittenweem, where we got out to look around at the harbor. We also hiked up a few Wynds to the art galleries and shops in the Town Centre. At the Cocoa Tree chocolate shop, we talked with the nice young man working there (son of a fisherman, himself) and ...