Meikleour Arms Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and the local yahoos of East Fife FC (112 years old). There is more intimacy here with the 536 other souls attending rather than the 13,500 in Dundee. Today these teams occupy the top two positions in their league so there is much at stake, early in this season. It’s a free flowing game and Elgin is immediately down 1-0. The 20 fans who have come down from the Highlands plus me from Vancouver and my brother from Dundee are not dismayed. We know in our bones that “hope ...
... spoken in Britain.
After our day at the games we visited the Tullibardine Distillery and Brewery. Traci and Nathan are not big fans of scotch however we could not come to Scotland without visiting a distillery and this one was special. Its history dates back to 1488 when King James the IV of Scotland stopped here on the way to his coronation to buy beer and he later rewarded them with a ...
We drove to Kirkcaldy, to have dinner with some teachers from Adrian's old school, as it was one of their birthdays. We ate at the 'Duchess of Kirkcaldy' Hotel. I had a Gammon Steak with chips and salad, and a good chat with one of the teachers. He was explaining how he had just finished a swim in Loch Lomond, where the water was murky black and the sky bright blue. I think I'm going to see this place on Tuesday.
After that, we drove to the Kirkcaldy ...
... gate closed (making sure to tie it tightly again after me) and sallied forth. The quite nice looking pasture soon deteriorated into a rabbit-infested swamp, with enormous "dongas" and more nasty gorse, and on the far side the only way out appeared to be through someone's garden (something I definitely would not have been comfortable with, and even the open-minded Scottish Right of Access would frown on) so I had to wriggle my way through a bit of broken wall ...
... called Crail. Crail has a lovely harbour and we were a little hungry for a snack and a cup of tea so we went looking for a tea room. It wasn't hard to find one either. We bumped upon a lovely tea room in a 300 year old cottage called Crail Harbour Gallery. I had a lime and ginger cheesecake and it was delicious. Never had that combination of flavours before. Highly recommend it. We sat out on the veranda overlooking the ocean and ...