Macdonald Rusacks Hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... These ballots are usually heavily subscribed and your chances are slim. Green fees are around £140 a round. The Old Course which is the most famous one is really lovely and we really enjoyed wandering around the fairways and watching the golfers who were playing. Most seemed to have their own caddies but I didn't notice anyone famous. The beach beside the golf course is the beach where the Chariots ...
... reds and golds of autumn appearing apparently overnight, and the immensely long, graceful sinking of the day through the twilight into the night. As a photographer, I am attuned to grabbing my camera as the day reaches "the golden hour" and in Australia I have learned that the golden hour is really only perhaps ten or fifteen minutes if you are lucky, so one can't miss a second. Here, especially in high summer, it can be several hours, but even around the ...
... Street. This way we'll have covered all the main streets and made sure we haven't missed anything. The 'Llamas Fair' is now in full swing. We pass the ruins of Blackfriars Chapel with Madras College behind it and also admire the Town Hall, St Mary's College building and Holy Trinity Church. We return to the car park and put one of the circling vultures out of their misery by vacating our parking space. We head out to the town of Culpar which, after St Andrews, is a ...
... walk up it, you will be accosted with literally thousands of pamphlets and fliers for every act or event going on at the festival. You can hardly move and that doesn't make for a gentle Graeme, as one after another "Do you want a pamphlet" offer is made..."Look mate you know what you can do with that piece of paper" response is made. Of course I do it with a smile...NOT! At first it all seems so innocent but after the millionth time ...
... this trip with me, because I wanted my souvenirs from this trip to be books and prints from every city I went to. Since I had no books I was dying to read one and, having not found a book shop in Edinburgh yet (aside from the childrens one), I jumped on this chance and we went inside. I wanted something truly Scottish, but I didn't feel like starting a Sir Walter Scott novel (a mammoth enterprise to undertake on the best of days). I settled for 'Murder On The Orient Express' by ...