West Port Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning we leave St Andrews for the next leg of our journey. It's only about fifty miles but Ian wants to take the slightly longer route to drive on better roads. He sets up the sat nav and promptly misses his turning even though the sat nav told him to turn right and it's the same route that we followed yesterday towards Cupar. Apparently it's my fault. I deliberately distracted him so that we could take the scenic route. What? Anyway, it's too late now - three, four ...
... before coming here what I wanted to see, so I could have planned better. Oh well – I’ll just have to come back in the future and do it again sometime!
Today’s performances included:
- West End at the Fringe – This was your basic Broadway (or West End, in this case) revue, with five singers showcasing a number of songs from different shows. The singers were quite good, and the song choices were ...
... girl who took our payment, we paid for our tea in as many coins as we could as between us we were getting quite a collection of small coins that didn't amount to much and we wanted them out of our wallets. We apologised and left a few extra since we did that. After that back under the ground like moles and back to our hotel. I am really starting to get used to this underground stuff. Robyn even said that I could do it easily on my own now as I got ...
... 2 pounds each. I said 'oh...I don't have any cash on me...' and as I was thinking about whether to leave or not the lady pulled a sticker off the sheet and placed it on my shirt and said 'In the interest of national relations. But don't tell anyone.' Ecstatic, we returned to the sanctuary and Erin gave me her camera and I walked around taking multiple shots of everything. It took me at least 15min to 'capture' everything, and when we were done we walked to the giftshop and thanked ...
... there was a couple actually marrying with a bagpipper. The bride looked beautiful. Had we been more prompt we could have renewed our vows but decided instead to keep traveling and of course, we had yet to find new anniversary bands.
When we loaded back into the car, we drove a wee bit until the small town of Moffat. We stopped at the same diner ad shop as in our previous trip. We all shared a pizza and looked around the shop before getting back into the car. At this ...