Agnes Blackadder Hall - University of St Andrews
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... Pillars, BS I mentioned earlier...)! Discussion with the neighbour suggested the current owners weren't fond of visitor engagements so we viewed it from outside the fence. A drive to the nearby town of Kennoway provided access to the family cemetery and a number of ancestral grave stones. The cemetery was gated and locked, however, as I have a habit of scaling walls and trespassing every overseas trip I go on, easily cleared by myself and Rhys. Roots ...
... have it, the single flight that had a big DELAYED on the Departures screen was ours - a lovely 30 minute delay. The reality though, as I have learned, is that when it comes to travel and flights - there is nothing you can do about it. You can complain to the staff at the counter, you can sweat, you can fret, but it will work out eventually, regardless of how much you stress. So we all just found some comfy seats and waited until they finally started boarding. The pilots managed to ...
... off the train all I had to do was hop on a bus back to St Andrews - only problem was no one quite knew where the bus stop near the train station was...Whether it was because of the construction going on all over the city that keeps messing up the bus routes or because everyone was disoriented because it was dark outside earlier due to daylight savings, I will never know. Luckily a girl from Dundee overheard me asking not one, not two but FIVE people how to get ...
... bring you complimentary chips, salsa, and a shooter glass of margaritas. Nice touch!
We thought we might end our day by going to a movie, but we were both yawning by the end of our meal. We'd had a lot of fresh air, and by fresh I include somewhat cold and very windy for much of the day, so we just toddled off home and spent a quiet evening at the BnB. Well, for me it wasn't that quiet because I had to listen to Donnie snoring. Oh well.
... Experience with a taste of Scottish food night. Great explanation of how whiskey is made and where it is made in Scotland. We then did a tasting of two different whiskeys from two different parts of Scotland. Cheryl didn't like her second one so I gained one. We then had a third in the room with the whiskey collection; nearly 4000 bottles with the oldest being around 1897. The next room had all the novelty type bottles ...