The Nethybridge Hotel
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... We then were able to book the rest of the tee times for the rest of the week! So exciting :) We had decided that we were going to keep our 7pm dinner reservation but only have dessert! Dinner plans were to snack on the groceries we had bought earlier. After dessert, we planned our route for tomorrow, a non-golf day and travel day to St Andrews. We are now laying back, relaxing, letting the wine chill, and watching the Masters' last ...
... my whole life. Tomorrow, I am to be moved downstairs. Greatest fear is that the new room will be worse. We are not happy Trafalgar Travellers at the moment. Tour Director was very busy on the phone and suspect there may have been a stuff up. Highlight of the day was seeing the Highland Cattle (Highland Coos) in gardens of Blair Atholl and seeing ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. Tomorrow we are off to Isle of Skye by ...
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Today we return home. We took our time getting up and packing our stuff up because the only place we had to go today was the airport at 3pm, which indeed, we weren't late too. We said our goodbyes to England and headed to the airport to drop of our charming car who put up with us. We got to our gate, got food and waited to board the plane. ...
... students house costumes along with the crests. Also the tables with goblets and plates were on both sides of us. At the end of the hall was the costumes of the Hogwarts staff along with Dumbledore's podium. It really felt as if you were actually there in Hogwarts. We then walked into a huge room that had the entire sets of Harry Potter plus costumes. There was Hagid's hut, Dumbledore's office, Griffindor dormitory and common room, Umbridges Office, Malfoy ...
... and then walked back to the village via the road rather than the path through the woodland path.
In the late afternoon we went to the Hugh Miller Museum, and discovered that not only was he a geologist, he was also very important in starting the Free Church and in advocating for the rights of ordinary Scots. As so often with these things, someone or something you knew absolutely nothing about a few hours ago turns out to be fascinating as soon as you learn just a little.