Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa
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- Multilingual staff
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... the Johnston Clan in Australia. We are extremely grateful for the offers of accommodation in New Zealand from our friends Alan and Angie Alexander, and David Wright and Ann Child. In Thailand we are being hosted by our friends John and Sarah Leishman. As the weather in North Berwick has become very cold, with our first frosts and snow, we wish we had already left by ...
... totally worth it. Unfortunately there wasn't much information in the ruins about the castle, unlike many of the other castles we've seen, but it was still great nonetheless. After Dunnotar, we were on another train to Dundee, where we took a third train to Stirling. On the second train, we were string out the windows at the scenery and in all the crops of green and ...
... been trying to get into but is always full and continued on the chat, catch ups and future travel plans. Delicious food and a jug of Margaritas made it that much better.
Because Tones arrived on a Tuesday we both had to go to work the following day and for the rest of the week. Toni took off and had her days planned with recomendations from us as well as a few things she found herself. She got in a lot of walking, tours both bus and ...
... sea gulls. Wrong! Our walk to Gullane Point takes us up over a golf course where we are warned to be careful of flying balls. We can see huge concrete blocks put down on WW2 to block tanks in case of an enemy attack. Beyond there is a fabulous panoramic view of the bay. The path brings us down onto the long beach at Gullane Bents. We walk along the sand rather than up and down on the dunes. OK I admit this was my ...
... venues. There are just thousands of the shows.
The way its set up is that most acts are on exactly the same time each day for part of the month, with the larger acts coming in for shorter stints. Some acts are on all month and some just on for a week. The bulk of what we saw was comedy and music but there is also anything from theatre, dance, musicals, operas, exhibitions and events.
We decided to get amongst it on one of the first Saturday's and went ...