Thrums Hotel

Bank Street, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Kirriemuir

St. Andrews Touring

A travel blog entry by watter306

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... you were everything was inside of the Cathedral. It was massive and must have been quite awesome back in it's glory days. We then headed to town centre to walk around and finally off to dinner followed up with delicious ice cream at the ice cream parlour voted #1 in all of Scotland. We have decided we are going back everyday as there were so many flavours to choose from and it was so ...

Kingsbarns

A travel blog entry by watter306

3

Another perfect day for golf. No wind and lots of sun shine. Arrived at the course, which is around a 15 minute drive from St. Andrews, early enough to try to figure out some swing flaws. Beautiful practise facility, which you can tell is designed to host a large event like the Alfred Dunhill championship which is here one week after the Ryder Cup in late September. Great service by everyone at the course from the course host ...

Canadian Friends

A travel blog entry by watter306

... Europe & The Mediterranean to travel with friends. 3 & 1/2 months in total. The walking tour was very interesting. We figure our guide had to be mid to late 80's and has lived in St. Andrews all his life. He told a lot of fun stories you wouldn't here anywhere else. Like Bob Hope hitting his 18th tee shot so far to the right it crashed through the ...

Goodbye Edinburgh, Hello St. Andrews

A travel blog entry by watter306

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... he has taken over 1000 pictures already, in fact yesterday he drained his fully charged camera battery by 2pm in the afternoon! Ours is still fully charged after 5 full days. Jason and I toured around New Tour and spent a little bit of time in the Scotland Art Museum. Then we were off to pick up the car from the Car Park and to the hotel to pack up. ...

Camera obscura

A travel blog entry by twovines

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It's another 'moving on' day. We pack up in reasonable weather and are on the road by nine. Our route today takes us across the edge of the Grampians which causes Ian to be a grumpy-ian. Who gave those cyclists permission to use this road? It's a B road - pretty steep and also narrow - and totally impossible to overtake two puffing cyclists peddling side by side. Ian slows down and we lose our momentum. Ian is not happy :-( We overtake when we get a clear view but on this ...

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This hotel, located on Bank Street, Kirriemuir, is near Glamis Castle.
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