The Marcliffe at Pitfodels
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... hill (where I forget to look at the queens summer house) and buy a data sim for the ipad in the hope that I'll have access as not much else works!!! We bus it back to pick up the car and head for St Andrews. What a great town this is, could spend days here. We grab some lunch a quick tour then head out to the golf course. Gary goes off to explore the old course and I just wander. Its all very impressive, I head to the beach ...
... an additional bottle so the guys could fill up their flasks before moving on to the next stop.
Once we had enough photo-ops we decided to move on to the next destination which was a late lunch at a small firehouse café in a tiny town. They did have a whiskey store with the largest bottle of whiskey! Sadly, after lunch we looked at the time and realized the next stop was going to be closed once we made it there so we decided to head back to the hotel to freshen up before ...
... br> little lookout over the ocean and the rocks near the front of the castle, and I
I know why I feel so at home in Scotland…look at the
pictures and you will see what I mean. It basically looks like a British
version of what I have at home…but more beautiful…sorry Tasmania.
As we were walking out, I got a photo with these two lovely
people. They shared memories with me, and I need something ...
Up at 4.30 to get ready for our taxi arriving at 5.30am. Our flight left on time at 8:05 for our journey 2 hrs 20 mins. Descended through the clouds to see a snowy Tallinn below :) Got a taxi straight to the port & checked in for our ferry to Helsinki, left our cases in lockers then headed to a nearby shopping centre where we had a buffet lunch of chicken schnitzel mixed veg & greasy fine little chips. Had ...
... of Methven, and forced him to become an outlaw. But Bruce did not give up, and came out of hiding a year later to win an important victory against the English. Clans from all over Scotland now came to his aid, and Bruce's growing army fought bravely and successfully against the English. Meanwhile Edward I died, to be succeeded by his son Edward II. The new king was no match for Robert Bruce - in 1314, at the Battle ...