Inchture Hotel

Address: Main Street , Inchture, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH14 9RN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street , Inchture, is near Discovery Point, Chinatown - Penang, City Hall, and Court Building.
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      Two months down, one and a bit left??

      A travel blog entry by emseale on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... This race was a time trial, so we all left at different times and rankings just depended on our times. All the boats lined up one in front of the other at the start line, based on our boat numbers. I was strangely not as nervous as I usually am for running and skiing races, and was rather just really excited for this new experience! I found it so incredible that two months ago, not a single one of us had ever set foot in a boat and today we were actually ...

      Dundee then Dunnottar Castle

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 30, 2014

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      ... Dating to 1214, an old fishing village, where the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret used to come in the 1930s, from nearby Balmoral. Next stop - Seaton Cliffs, once a great smuggling centre on the east coast of Scotland. Cannot believe we are walking along beaches in Scotland in (almost) November! Final visit for the day - Dunnottar Castle, a ...


      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 29, 2014

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      Drove to Robin Hood Bay. Such a super little spot. Parked at the top of the village and walked down. Apparently, Robin Hood kept his boat here, in case the Sheriff of Nottingham got too close! No room for cars, let alone The Boomer. Small, steep winding streets, terraces overlooking the beach, souvenir shops and a stony/sandy ...

      Bytes and books at Bannockburn and Innerpeffray

      A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... family tree is traced all the way back via Almos and Arpad to Attila.

      The most frequently borrowed book in the 18th century was a 'History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V'. Considering that the readers were farmers and other estate workers, this shows an enviable level of literacy and interest in the wider world in the rural Scotland of the time. Certainly the Drummonds seemed to have thought more highly of their workers' intellectual capacity than ...

      Birdhouse Bakery and Drummond Clan Chat in Muthill

      A travel blog entry by sheepyland on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... theme, to make it an artwork of it's own. We could look directly into the kitchen, where the owner was deeply involved in her bakery work. Soon she came out and greeted us very nicely and before long we were in a nice chat with her talking about the bakery and also our travel plans. By this time Maya had fallen in love with all the nice ceramic things...and luckily they were also for sale. This was the start of a new found hobby for Maya.....collecting ...