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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... It really is a modern take on the magic of links golf. Returning back to St Andrews we met up with the girls and went out for dinner. Three of us had the local Salmon which was delicious with a couple of bottles of wine and celebrated the company, holidays and our days. MS ... Mum and I spent a very leisurely day strolling around St Andrews, doing some shopping. We also discovered our favourite restaurant Mitchell. We shared the most delicious ploughmans ...
... a lot safer coming down.
The little Museum was one of the very finest small-town museums - clearly dearly loved by the whole community but with some efficient and busy person or committee running the whole thing. So heaps and heaps on interesting old things on display, with lovely captions saying, "this nightdress was made for Mary Scottish, who is the smallest child in the photo on the right, and given to us by her daughter Elizabeth" or whatever. It is not, ...
... more people with them. On both
of the Islands, Orkney and the Hebrides, there are several wind farms and the
population is dealing well with them, I thing they prefer a wind farm than a
big nuclear central in the middle of their fields. This characteristic is
really specific to them, because if you talk about wind farms on mainland,
people will look at you as if you were trying to destroy their landscape. Another
characteristic that is specific to the islands ...
... as far prestigious universities in the U.K. go.
The next day Kim and I took a walk to the coast. During our walk, it somehow it managed to rain, hail, and then return to sunny weather in a period of one hour. After our walk we dropped by a café, North Point, which is famous in Saint Andrews because it’s where Prince William met Kate.
It was really nice to catch up with Kim and hear more about the experiences she has had in Saint Andrews, the people ...
... We also viewed the royal apartments where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to her only son, James VI.
On leaving the Castle we stopped in at the Whisky Experience Centre to book into the 5pm tour. We then headed down to the Grassmarket area and back to Mussels and Steak for lunch. They had a 5 GBP meal deal of a burger or mussels + wine or beer for lunch.
Our next stop after lunch was at the Library to ...