Premier Inn Dundee Centre Hotel
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... I only brought 72 koalas with me this trip. We filled the tank, £1.159 a litre (£38.04) and went to a supermarket to purchase supplies. We then drove on to a picnic point where we sat in the wind, which was strong and quite cool, but we didn't care. Strangely we were the only people sitting at the picnic tables. We drove on arriving at the Travelodge Central Dundee at 4.30. It is on a busy road ...
... playing later in the day.
In the morning we all went shopping - so many fabulous golf shops to visit and we all managed to find something to take home. Met up with Bill and Jess for lunch at Bill's club "The New Club" which is only about 120 years old. The dining room looks out over the 18th fairway of "The Old Course". After lunch we managed to get our photos taken on the famous bridge on the 18th fairway before ...
... and moving. Harry (youngest cousin) was straight up to dance and danced all night till his little feet could no longer carry him, not bad going for an under two year old.
It was a fantastic night even though the Scottish apparently can't handle the Somerset cider. I had a pint of cider chucked all down me but luckily I was able to go back to my room have a bath and could then return to the party. I only went up when Iain said he was heading that way to ...
Arriving in Dundee around 5.00pm on Saturday, we received a warm welcome from Uncle Innes and Maureen and we chatted into the wee small hours...
Sunday saw us on a tour around our ancestral home of Dundee with Innes. A very scenic city based at the mouth of the river Tay.
From the Dundee Law (hill), you have a panoramic view of the city and across to St Andrews.
... Place just outside the front door which was a stroke of luck and received a warm welcome from Stuart Lee the proprietor. Bad news was he put us on the top floor.....had to walk up about 65 flights of stairs to reach the second floor and room 6.
We were sitting around deciding who would go downstairs with the brekky menu when Stu knocked on the door (puffing I might add as he had to walk up the 65 flights of stairs) to invite ...