The Anglers Inn & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8 pounds, which I thought was a bit steep, especially as I wanted lots, not knowing when I will get back over here. I settled for some at the next store, where they were 7 pounds. Then I used the bathroom at Marks and Spencer and bought a snack and cup of tea. (Tip: if you order a cup of tea in UK cafe, they will uually give you a small pot of tea that makes two generous cups. I wasted half of it, unfortunately, because ...
... I really enjoyed the surrounding scenery. It took me 35minutes to get down from the hill to bridges over river Tay. I almost missed my train to Glasgow, but managed to get to the station in time. The second possible threat that day.
NB: there is no storage room at the station. But you may try your luck in the Station Hotel. 3 pounds and Collin Firth warmly smiling at you from the gratitude photo in their lobby ...
... from my trip up I have to try and find some soft snow for my decent. What I don't want is to get caught up in my old track or the tractors tracks as they are now solid ice and extremely slippery.
As I get lower down the pass the road becomes easier by the mile and soon I'm on a wonderful dry road and heading for the small town of Kenmore at the Eastern end of Loch Tay.
Here, rather than take the normal A road home via Aberfeldy I head on up the road up ...
... walking. We decided to head back to the car, stopping at the theatre on the way to partake of hot chocolate which quickly warmed us before going back to Tibbermore to finish the days walking. It had been good to break the day up and feel part of the Jubilee celebrations and we recognised the amount of work and preparation that would have been put in by many people to make the day a success. Well done to Perth. We hope the kilt run broke the record! Our walk to Lochty was ...
... to the most promising of the static sites near St Andrews.
We get there only to find....
"This site does not allow pets of any sort".
Miserable b*stards! If I had a couple of Honey Badgers then OK but no Bassets? This is an outrage!
Added to tired and hungry I am now cross. It's 8.30 and I want my sodding iPod.
Next site. Cairnsmill. Twenty three sovs for the night. A new record. We pay.