1 Golf Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Twenty five years ago, a businessman named Roger Thompson decided to set up a scholarship between his Alma Mater, the University of Western Ontario, and the university of St Andrews, located in the British city that houses the birthplace of golf, his favourite pastime. He also wanted to extend this program to another Canadian school and chose Queen's University since it already had a longstanding exchange program with St Andrews. The scholarship was named the Robert ...
... with new friends I made this semester. There were eight of us on this trip but we were all arriving into Amsterdam at different times/days. I was headed to Amsterdam with three of my friends on Thursday night, we were the first to arrive. For the first time ever in my flying lifetime, I was put on stanby for the flight to Amsterdam since they had overbooked the flight, but all worked out and they had a seat for me right up front in row 1. We arrived late at ...
... of people traveling on the night train and the people watching potential far outweighed the desire to sleep! Upon arrival at Leuchars, in the dark at 5:37am, with the wind howling through the open air bus station and the great dearth of people and buses to take us to St Andrew’s, we were starting to feel a bit forsaken. All of a sudden out of the dark arrived a taxi driven by a jolly round fellow with a strong Scottish accent so happy to drive us "home". Had we not ...
... restored and opened by the Queen in 2013. The house was inspired by Scott's creativity and has a large collection of medieval artefacts and a library of original books. We arrived in Edinburgh at 5pm at a beautiful hotel The Raddison Blu in The a Golden Mile in close walking proximity to The Castle. We were quick to sample some local produce and catch up on some housekeeping in readiness for a relaxing night and half day tour tomorrow before our exciting ...
... of men who were discussing ad nauseum various golf holes they've played in their lives. I don't get that. Clearly. The fish and chips there were advertised as Award Winning (which I'm always a little skeptical about. I mean, I could call myself an award-winning author. When I was in Grade 6, I won the I.O.D.E (Imperial Order of Daughters of the Empire) Writing Award which shocked everyone, including me. Everyone expected the ...