Old Mansion House Hotel
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... villages that most
tourists won't visit, or the mountains you didn't know were there and might be
6. Night buses are preferable to
That being said, taking night
buses also had a few advantages. One is that it saved the price of a hostel for
the evening. Another is that is allowed to maximise your daylight time in the
next destination. However, the main advantage of night buses are that while you
know you ...
... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... Hotel where Fiona would be having her wedding the following day. After some room confusion we settled in and said hello to all our Scottish family who we had not seen in so long. It was so great to see my uncle Norrie and Morreen after so long. We all sat in the bar for a bit before heading out to the local pub restaurant where 20 of us had a really nice dinner. It was a very nice evening catching up with Fiona meeting her friend Tracey and Martin's family too.
... and placed our orders. I had some really nice ravioli.
After lunch, we turned left and walked down the street as Matt suggested we check out St Andrew’s Cathedral. It was a ruin but there were still a few walls standing so it was quite impressive. There were lots of old graves around it.
We walked through the ruined cathedral and joined a path behind it which looked right ...
... walk oop the town...
weather spoonz.... gud ' sell eck shun ' of ale 's - cider on ... no rubbish bowt blow ing the lines... s taff ... ok .. and seem well trane 'd etc... ...