Meikleour Arms Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from 60 MPH of course, you just grip the wheel a little tighter! My navigator (wee lassie), is going well and seems to be enjoying herself as well. Her one job is to mark every road that we travel on with a highlighter pen and to reset the sat nav when required. We have had our moments, as expected. There have been times where the wee lassie, the sat nav and I have all had different opinions, but we seem ...
While I went to bed thinking how I was going to get through another round of golf today, and how I wished we could use power carts... The sun, temperatures and lack of wind totally made a difference! We got up at our usual time, went down for breakfast, and headed towards Crail for round #4! The sun was shining and it was super calm out, definitely something new! The course was busier than the other courses (minus Old Course), probably because of the ...
Another nice day and a visit to Stirling Castle was on the agenda. The camp site we stayed at last night had a fish pond with some rather nice fish in. A sign said fly fishing only and catch and release and the camp people had left fly rods on the banks of the pond but unfortunately there were no flies attached. Although Geoff says he is 'castled out' he managed to do this one. We found a Park and Ride and for the cost ...
We drove away from the islands of the west coast in a storm that had most of the country under its spell - rain and strong winds. The ferrys were down for part of the day we learned; I was glad that my friend got to Iona before the storm blew in and didn't miss any of her retreat. I imagine being on an island in a storm would be quite an experience, as it was for us we drove to the eastern side of the country and found the wind gales to be biting ...
Having tested our urban driving skills, we decided to try our skill at the motorways and rural country roads. Perhaps I should say non-urban roads rather than rural because I think what we will find next week will make the secondary roads to St. Andrews look like airport runways.
Chris took the wheel today and did a fabulous job. Once one ventures off the motorway, the roads can become very twisty turny. While all roads are well marked to warn you of the curves, they ...