Premier Inn Dundee West
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... the house in Friockheim where my grandmother Clementina Innes had been born & raised, we also saw another house where she had worked as a maid.
We then drove around Arbroath stopping at the Arbroath Cliffs taking in the wonderful views. We got out of the car & climbed to the top & along the cliffs, looking out over the North Sea was quite spectacular. In the distance we could see the Bell Lighthouse. Uncle Innes said it was a ...
... school. We just assumed it had changed purposes in the last 20 years and moved on to looking for Ryan's old street. We drove around to Peart Road where Ryan lived for around 9 months and that's when the memories finally did start becoming a little clearer, as when we drove to the end of the road, we saw the fields Ryan had walked through to get to school, and the actual school Ryan went to at the top of the fields! Of course along ...
... I look! Us 3 kids will have to send you and mom here one day. I know a great travel agent ;) me!
It was a very long day of traveling but boy was it worth every second. We are OBSESSED with St. Andrews. Reminds us of back home. We saw everything in a couple hours it's so small and quaint. It's very enjoyable for me to see Neil in awe and thrilled to see the ...
... had an excellent time in Scotland and were so happy to be part of such a memorable day.
The following day I headed to Bristol to stay with Sophie a couple of days which was great. We went shopping and caught up like old times!
My next stop was to Southampton to Susie's where I stayed over night and had Amy and Matt, Jon and Liz, Justine and James over for dinner. It was a fantastic evening and so good to see everyone. I headed over to Scott's dads to ...
... worth his salt will know the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
The first reference to the game being made in 1457 when it was banned by James II, as it distracted his men from archery practice... Twenty miles up river is the original city of Perth....
The clan had gathered for a smorgasbord of food and drink in the early afternoon.
Numbering 14, it ...