Royal Jubilee Arms Hotel

Address: Dykehead, Angus, Scotland, DD8 4QN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Dykehead.
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Travel Blogs from Dykehead

Fishing villages of East Neuk

A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 09, 2014

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... drinking, music, drinking....

Speaking of haggis, I had some for breakfast this am - really not bad, if you don't think too much about how it's made.

Then met Emily at the bus station for a day's tour of the "east neuk" of Scotland ( I suspect this is where the word nook comes from). First stop the village of Anstruther for the award winning fish and chips - they certainly deserved the prize, and grampa would have approved of ...

Castles and monarchy

A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 08, 2014

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... s residence, where also lived the founder of Nova Scotia. Quite the sordid story of older women, bankruptcy, prison and poetry- all in one lifetime!

We then had the chance to walk a bit around Dundee- home of Winston Churchill and headed back to St Andrew's to meet Emily for dinner at The Adamson- whose chef was a finalist in Masterchef Britain. Quite a day and ready for more ...

High Tea and ocean views

A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 07, 2014

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... well-located with respect to Em's residence - about a 10 minute walk when not carrying all your luggage in the rain!
This morning we poked around the town a bit while waiting for Emily's class to finish. One of the interesting features about St Andrews university (and as I learned today other medieval universities, like Oxford, apparently) is that it is completely integrated in the town, with ...

Back For The Night

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Jun 25, 2012

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We get into Shotts and realize we're just starting to get to know the town. Everyone is helpful (especially those poor ladies at the Shell we constantly pester for directions) and the ice cream truck passes twice an evening. He passes just after we settle into Jessie's house so she walks out in her slippers and demands three ice cream sandwiches.

We ate them along with the supper we bought from the local Tesco (the grocery store) ...

Jessie

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Jun 24, 2012

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After getting a tad lost trying to find Shotts (Glasgow driving should count for more than a few rounds of penance) we finally show up at the door of my dad's friend, Jessie. She's a full-blooded Scotswoman with a brogue in her tongue and whisky in her eye. As she orders Chinese for us I ask if she uses chopsticks - she replies "get me drunk first." Great woman.

A retiree, she comes to Canada most years to play in ...