Lands of Loyal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Alyth
The long-awaited trip to Germany/Austria with Sandra and Keith (G-RMPS) has begun. After a summer of miserable weather predictably it is superb in Scotland today, so we shall leave one day early to avoid the good weather. Not until Keith has done his 80 lengths in the Kinross pool, and not until Sandra has had all her "bits" done. Chores completed we cross-check each others checklists, and now it's too hot to finish loading Wanda - almost. Keith's "fitbit" (no ...
... to where we want to go. We have stayed at a little place called Pitlochry for the past two nights in a B&B. The house is like a five star hotel. The people are great and the breakfast is served almost in silver service style. We will miss not being here for the rest of the trip. The price of food is the only thing that is very expensive here. If you want a good cut of steak, you nearly have to take out ...
Recap: We are not sure who the winner of the best Macaron is? France - very nice crunch and filling but not the same taste as Mike's. Edinburgh - Vanilla and Chocolate were very nice (did not beat Mike), but the salted caramel were absolutely fantastic. So I think before we make our final judgement it would be only fair to wait until we are back in Sydney and taste one of Mike's salted caramel macarons. Only then could a fair judgement take place. Are you up for the challenge, ...
... Strathkinness and the pub marked on the map at the crossroads, only to find it was closed for renovations! I would have thought it was illegal to close the only pub in a village for any reason. Instead I had ten minutes wait for the next bus, down at the village notice-board where I could amuse myself reading the minutes of the latest Council meeting ("the on-going problem of dog waste was discussed...") and, in the way of all the best stories, home in time for tea.
... to a superb view to drink our tea and eat our treated by. Gail, Gill and Bryan had the traditional scones with jam. All very nice. Once done with our tea and cakes it was back to camp where we are relaxing a few hours away till dinner. Tomorrow Gail and Gill are going to Edinburgh to do some family research in the archives of Scotland's People. I am heading into St Andrews for a closer look at this historic city of golf and ...