Meikleour Arms Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Meikleour
... our waiter was bad. We then made our way back downtown to set out on a ghost tour of St Andrews (with an ice cream pit stop on the way!). Our tour guide was a little spooky himself! Had it not been so cold, it would have been great! The history lesson was super interesting, as well as the ghost stories... But no worries, no ghosts were seen or experienced tonight! Back to the hotel for some tea and a bit of TV before we all hit the sack and ready for another ...
OMG there are so many! I've made a list, checked it twice, had a look to see which are nice - yep, there's plenty to do in New York - my list is now at 37 things to see and do. Some are free, others cost, but to be honest, i just want to be there soaking up the sounds of the streets, the colours of Central Park, and the skyscrapers. I've started my proper journal. I'm using a leather casebound book that I made. Will post a photo of the first two pages in my next ...
... and finally over a stile into a field with no obvious way out, and a sign pointing back the way we've just come. We walked every centimetre of the perimeter of that field (and it was a big one) in long, very wet grass and mountains of cow poo (in our tidy-going-to-Edinburgh clothes, remember) and there was no way out. The only thing of any interest was a herd of cattle, mostly bulls and young steers, that we talked to and ...
... overwhelmed. They even took time out of their incredibly busy schedules to take me in to town for lunch and then for a brief walk to orientate me. Dav spent the afternoon going through the history of Avtis, their radar that looks at volcanoes. It is worth your while to Google it. This promises to be a brilliant three ...
... Quite extraordinary. Stonehaven and other coastal towns en route all looked remarkably similar with their grey/brown stoned two and three storey buildings, no yard and narrow streets leading to their breakwater. The misty day seemed to add to the monotone of the towns. Just out of Stonehaven is the wonderful Dunnottar Castle though. This has to take top marks as the most impressive ruined castle of all. Sitting perched ...