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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno
    That could be a good spot for a lunch break during a Run Oot
    Good shout, and I will get on one of there runoots one day if they stop sending me off in search of the elusive black gold!!!!

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    Baxters Cullen Skink gets my vote as the best canned soup money can buy. Pricey, but it's like a warm feather duvet in a can if you ken fit I mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan Terror
    black gold!!!!
    Texas Tea...
    Well the next thing you know Old Jed's a millionaire,
    Kin Folk said "Jed, Move away from here..."
    They said "California's the place you ought to be",
    So they loaded up the truck,
    And they moved to Beverl-leeee,
    Hills that is...swimming pools....movie stars



    Your 2 words brought back a whole heap of memories

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    Everything at InDulge in Auchterarder

    http://www.indulge-now.co.uk/

    Best ever carrot cake.

    And lots more.

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    Theres a wee tea room cafe type place in Duns called The Pewter Plate. Best all day breakfast on the planet.
    The shite I write. www.wintonmassif.co.uk

    Guided tours around Scotland http://passingplacestours.com/

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    Here are a couple of good stops when out for a run in the Highlands.

    This one is great for sitting by a roaring fire and thawing out

    Blair Atholl

    While stopping off here is excllent for Roast Beef Sandwiches (with gravy ) and the Tuna Melt Sandwiches. The staff all wear kilts albeit the last time they had a member of staff who was actually Scottish, Lulu had a Glasgow accent...

    Spittal of Glenshee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno
    You are joking, aren't you?

    That place is terrible. Pure tourist trap and the food isn't up to much either.

    Good location though!

    Kai

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyInTheCamp
    You are joking, aren't you?

    That place is terrible. Pure tourist trap and the food isn't up to much either.

    Good location though!

    Kai
    Kai, I wouldn't book in for a fortnight but I WOULD eat one of their sandwiches. It's also the best place in the area for a good few miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno
    It's also the best place in the area for a good few miles
    You saying the Hungry Highlander in Braemar isn't good enough for you?

    Kai

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    Best place I've eaten out in recently - the Lebanese restaurant in Senegambia, Banjul. Lovely. Or does that not count? Long way to go though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno
    Kai, I wouldn't book in for a fortnight but I WOULD eat one of their sandwiches. It's also the best place in the area for a good few miles
    I agree with you Ronnie the sandwiches are very good especially the hot roast beef with gravy and not expensive, far better than the Hungry Highlander, plus the waitresses are very pleasing to the eye

    And lets not forget the Glenlyon Tearoom which although basic serves up the best soup and sarnies!!!

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    The 'Clatterin Brig' tearoom at the bottom of the Cairn O Mount road is good for the basics. Tea and piles of cakes.

    Ooh we like cakes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev Chuck
    Best place I've eaten out in recently - the Lebanese restaurant in Senegambia, Banjul. Lovely. Or does that not count? Long way to go though.
    You're just showing of now Rev Chuck.

    G C
    Raising a teenager is like trying to nail a piece of jelly to the wall.

    Click on this pint.... ....to go to the pub.

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    Blair Atholl

    For a nice plate of soup - http://www.blairathollwatermill.co.uk/

    or something a wee bit better - http://www.theloftrestaurant.co.uk/

    D

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    Seafood and Drink

    http://www.lochbay-seafood-restaurant.co.uk
    Some of the finest seafood in Scotland
    but pre book as it is very popular

    http://www.steininn.co.uk oldest inn on Skye
    over 100 malts behind the bar Real ale

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    Flodigarry Hotel - Skye


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    Good ale and great food, plus an excellent location...

    http://www.flodigarry.co.uk/

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