This time, so much better! We had a pretty nice (for Scotland) day and it only rained for half the drive. :) I love St. Andrews, its a beautiful town and has so much to see and do. I was hoping Jay liked it as well... and he did!
We walked over to the cathedral ruins and cemetery first. We really like old cemeteries...
After that we walked out on a long pier into the ocean and looked back at St. Andrews. Truly, pretty!
We then walked over to the castle ruins and wandered around there. Even having been there before, its so cool to see!
|inside the siege tunnels under the castle!|
We headed back to Glasgow in the late afternoon - traffic and weather made us pretty late getting back into the city, but we weren't in any hurry! The only thing we had planned to do that night was head out for a really nice dinner.
When Jay and I were first dating, we used to have a date night in the middle of the week. He'd come over to my apartment, we'd have dinner and usually just snuggle down on the couch and relax and watch tv. One of the things we loved to watch was a show on the Cooking Channel, called "Two Fat Ladies". If you ever get a chance, watch one of their shows. They cook British food with lots of butter. Their accents make it so much more fun to listen to and they travel around the UK cooking in random places. Anyway.... in our research of things to do in Scotland, I stumbled across the fact that there is a Two Fat Ladies restaurant!!! We aren't totally sure if its affiliated with the cooking show, but we didn't care. It was on our to-do list!
So after a long day in St. Andrews we had dinner at the Two Fat Ladies restaurant... and it was FABULOUS!
The next day, we packed up all our stuff and hoofed it to the car rental place. We had decided to rent a car and drive through the rest of our trip around Scotland.
I cannot express how terrified I was in the first 10 minutes in the car. Jay is a wonderful driver. He's comfortable with manual transmission. But. BUT... being on the other side of the car, on the other side of the road, shifting with the left hand.... was a bit much. We had 10 minutes of me being scared out of my mind...but after that it was fine!! My brain didn't understand why I was sitting in the "drivers" seat with no steering wheel or pedals, but it was all ok. We were off on our next part of the adventure!