Travelodge Dundee Strathmore Avenue
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... Hardware shop and Exhibit B,Saddler's Tea Room
Irons started in 1840 and provided uninterrupted service until it closed in 2014. Phoenix like, it was resurrected one year later to serve the peeps in Forfar. Now, Saddler's Tea room only dates back to 1897 a, a relative newbie, but has remained in the same family ever since. A quaint old school style tea room it has seen modest modernization creep in but remains somewhat true to its history. And lastly, now visit to ...
... us direct into the back of St Andrews and our street. The suburb is prosperous, leafy and actually quite pretty - I was expecting something a bit gloomy and dour. Our hosts, Ian and Ada, are also rather less dour and silent than we were expecting from his rather brief emails. In real life, they are sweet, welcoming and chatty. And very helpful - they had made up our bed and put flowers on the dining table and left everything beautifully ready, which was so much ...
... we were in the exact right place. Lair QQ 70.
We proceeded by bus into Dundee to meet the registrar and find out what they had on record. We obtained the records and I was very surprised to learn that my great grandfather was a law clerk. A very similar profession to my own for 35 years. Following our day in Dundee we made our way back for a lovely dinner at the Cullaig Guest House cooked ...
I couldn't pass up the opportunity to fly home for two weeks to go to Scotland for my cousin Fiona and her fiancÚ Martin's wedding.
The flight from Melbourne to Heathrow with a stop over in China which I originally thought was supposed to be Canada took 27 hours. It was a long boring and very restless day or so. I tried to beat the jet lag by sleeping in England's night time which worked pretty well. From Heathrow I took a bus to Bristol coach terminal and ...
... The Royal and Ancient which controls the game of golf worldwide and dictictates the rules of the game, operates out of this complex. It is a public golf course and is closed for play on Sundays. IT is open to the general public to walk the course, take your dog out, and generally make yourself at home. It is also possible to drive across the first and 18th fairways (which are adjoining such that they are really one ...