Seaview Private Hotel
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... originally there was a massive bell mounted on the rock sticking out from the sea which when the waves washed over the bell it would ring alerting passing vessels of the rock. Today however the bell is no longer there, it's now just the lighthouse.
We met up with Ben & headed off to have lunch in a lovely little pub call Wetherspoons. We all ordered the Friday special of Fish & Chips, mine was served with Mushy peas. We sat ...
... a nearby building. After the tour Tiffany and headed out to a place called Balgrove Larder which is a neat market that sells fresh made breads & scones, meat, vegetables, etc. They also have a cafe & fire steak pit. We bought some scones, veggies & cheese and had lunch at a picnic table. Headed back into town and now I am waiting at the hotel for the ...
... crowds, the faster pace, the hustle of touring towns to see what we can in a short amount of time...please take us back to being lost on a mountain or having a smoko with our Australian friends... we have one day before the car is to be returned so off we go- St. Andrews is a lovely town, a university town that reminds me of Princeton or Harvard with its own character, and of course all things golf. We get a beautiful room on the 18th hole of the ...
We have encountered quite a few of these lovely loons; it seems the old idea of every village having an idiot (not that this old bloke was an idiot, just perhaps a little forgetful) is true here; they are loved and supported, and given little jobs to do; and they make a beeline for any stranger getting out of a car and engage you in conversation which you may or may not understand, depending on how far north you are.
We met a lovely old ...
Back tracking from the picturesque Loch Ness we headed to the final golfing destination on our UK part of the trip, Carnoustie.
Steve's plan was to play as many great golf courses as he could on the final month of the trip and Carnoustie being one of, if not the hardest Open Championship course to play, would be a fitting finale.
Staying at a B & B called the 'Golf Links View which overlooks the 18th hole of the ...