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  • Day9

    The Royal and Ancient

    April 23 in the United Kingdom

    A ride back to the train from the concierge, who has family (a son, grandson, and daughter in law) in western Canada. The plan is to take 3 trains and a bus to St Andrews. It works and we are in St Andrews, where golf was invented. We have lunch on Market Street, where all the college kids are having lunch too. After checking out the town, we mosey over the the Royal and Ancient golf course. There a number of courses to play here, and I must say, they look easy. The fairways are wide, I don’t see any sand traps, and definitely not a tree in sight. It looks flat, so every lie should be a good one. Obviously there is other factors at play that I don’t fully understand.
    This place is old. Before we arrived, I knew it was referred to as ancient, and I thought maybe a bit of an over statement. It is not! Ancient even describes the bus station. Nothing is new except for the cars around town. We both loved the place. Stayed for about 4 hours and continued by train back to Edinburgh.
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  • Day9

    Streets of St.Andrews

    April 23 in the United Kingdom

    The streets in St Andrews are lined with quaint stone buildings, the streets mostly cobblestone as is any old town in Scotland. This definitely adds to the charm...a reminder that high heels would be challenging. It is definitely a university town as the shops and eateries are crowded with students. We both liked St Andrews as it is charming and has a welcoming feel to it.

  • Day19

    St. Andrews

    September 10 in the United Kingdom

    Die Stadt mit der ältesten Uni von Scotland. Beim genauen Hinkucken stellt man fest, dass die Studies jedoch gar nicht sooo alt sind.
    Und auch hier haben sie den Kardinalsfehler gemacht (oder hat der Kardinal den Fehler gemacht) und die Burg sowie die Kathedrale dem Greenkeeper überlassen...

  • Day19

    The Inn at Lathones

    September 10 in the United Kingdom

    Wie man merkt, schleichen wir uns dem Ausgangspunkt an. Morgen geht's zurück nach Edinburgh und schon ist die ganze Herrlichkeit zu Ende (macht nix, die Schönwetterperiode offensichtlich auch).
    Heute, quasi zur Abwechslung - wie jedes Dinner, Haddock: "Da fesh is god fo ya breen", meint sie...

  • Day12

    Wanderungen mit Ausblick

    July 19, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    Da wir hier leider nur sporadisch Internet haben, kommt hier eine kleine Sammlung unserer letzten Wanderungen.
    Nachdem es doch viel geregnet hatte in den letzten Tagen haben wir seit einiger Zeit strahlenden Sonnenschein, herrlich! 😎
    Weitere Eindrücke folgen bald 👌

  • Day8

    Golf ohne Ende, St. Andrews

    August 17, 2017 in the United Kingdom

    249km gefahren, einmal quer vom Loch Lomond nach St. Andrews.

    Joachim: Landschaftlich ein Traum, schöne Seen (Loch), sanfte Berge (Ben) und schöne Täler (Glen). Nach dem Regen war es heute Wolkig mit immer mehr Sonne zwischendurch. Gestartet bei 13 Grad und dann an der Ostküste 20 Grad.
    Über die 3277m lange Brücke in Dundee gefahren und dann in die Heimatstadt des Golfsports gefahren. Die Golfplätze liegen direkt an die Stadt mit Blick aufs Mehr, grandios!!! Leider darf man nirgendwo mit dem Womo Übernacht stehen, also sind wir jetzt auf einem sehr gepflegten Campingplatz für 24,50£

    Ann: Hier gibt es Berge die voll mit Heide sind, ein Traum in lila und dunkel Rosa. Andere wiederum sind mit einem saftig grünen Wiesen Tuch überzogen, sodass es fast wie grüner Samt aussieht. Hügel an Hügel reihen sich an einander, die Stassen sind kurvig und schmal, und immer wieder zwischen drin ein Loch oder ein Fluss. An Tieren sehen wir die schwarzköpfigen Schottlandschafe, die das ganze Jahr über draussen und somit sehr robust sind. Auch gibt es hier das Galway Rind und das Angus Rind, beide sind beliebt wegen ihrer saftigen Steaks. Übrigens aus den Schafsmägen wird Haggis gemacht eine Spezialität hier oben.
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  • Day96

    St Andrews

    July 20, 2016 in the United Kingdom

    Been to see golf course in rain. No photo no visibility. Lovely township even in rain. Spent 30 minutes finding coffee and very tasty walnut and date scone. The houses are built of stone and are what I would have imagined it to be 100s of year ago. Most places have lovely gardens. The old golf course was discussed and apparently the new one is very good too. Had a look for Sharon, Phil, Robyn and Dave.

    Went to Leuchars Airbase. Photos give wet indication of homes. Airbase hosts an airshow. As we head for Perth the crops line the sides of the road. Seedling are just coming up and potatoes are well on their way to cropping.

    Crossed the Tay to get to Dundee. Renown for jam jute and journalism. This city centre was by passed. Wrong side to get photo of new Tay Bridge. The original collapsed. The weather and weight of train caused the collapse and design, weather and train were blamed . Tay is a river often ignored. Floods quite seriously.

    Photo is of by passing Dundee!
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  • Day96

    Out of Edinburgh

    July 20, 2016 in the United Kingdom

    Well, had written up info and forgot to save. Travelled out along waterfront and now raining Scottish mist! On into Fife? And crossed new bridge. Photo is of old one.

    It is great to have history told as we move along the motorways. The area we are travelling now is great growing area.
    Unfortunately today we can't see it?

You might also know this place by the following names:

Fife, FIF, Fif Scīr, Файф, Fìobha, فایف, Foibhe, Feevey, ファイフ, 파이프 주, Fifa, Faifas, فائف, 快富, 法夫

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