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We slept in past our continental breakfast so we hit the pavement and made our way to St. Andrews. Upon arrival we climbed to the fourth floor of the St. Andrew's hotel for some panoramic views of the St. Andrew's golf course. We started out with just coffees and some very delicious spiced nuts and wasabi peas (complimentary...most people probably don't scarf down the whole bowl but we hadn't eaten breakfast) ...
... is 70 and most drivers do at least the speed limit. I just sit in the left hand lane and watch the traffic go by. This is a bit of a problem when I need to pass a slower car, bus or truck. I move into the middle lane, pass the vehicle and then get back in the left. Did I mention that the Motorways are at least 3 lanes wide? The A roads vary from single to 3 lanes so, depending on the number of lanes, you just have to wait in the queues. The B Roads are single lane ...
... on a visit to the 'smallest whisky distillery in Scotland', Edradour.
We stopped on the way at Blairgowrie where we looked in at the Clan Donnachaid shop and where we bought some oddments, including a nice locket for Kathryn. Then we stopped at Killiecrankie which brought back memories of my last trip and took a quick walk to the 'Soldier's Leap'.
Pitlochry is a lovely-looking little place but we didn't have much time to ...
... and finally got to Scotland - saw a Loch, not Loch Ness unfortunately, because it was still a long way north of here and time won't permit us getting there! We are all feeling a bit tired tonight! Have packed so much into the fortnight we have been here and although Den and I both enjoy driving, it does get tiring after a while, especially on the motorways where the speeds are high and the traffic very heavy. The lesser roads are much easier to drive, but it takes ages to get ...
We all made it to Stirling… and we're a;; starting thinking the end is getting closer
The ride out of Moffatt was excellent… as we meandered along the roads taking us North. Even in relatively remote roads, the Scots have to be applauded for maintaining a serious of cycle paths on these routes.. the countryside reminded me of home in East Cork and West Waterford as we passed alongside planted forests of uniform tress, down rolling hills bounded ...