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re: Golf in Scotland - dLSUm22
My brother in law and I certainly want to play old course and Carnoustie, and we don’t mind walking. I’m more asking about cart options because of my father in law. He just likes to ride along and have fun and could care less where we play. Sometimes he won’t even get out and swing a club. So asking...
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re: Golf in Scotland - dLSUm22
I think I was misunderstood. I know that Old Course and Carnoustie are the two most obvious choices in Scotland, but given we aren’t pros and would like a cart, what are some options for the more casual golfer?...
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re: Any travel recs. for Southern France? - dLSUm22
I’m going to follow this thread as we are currently in the process of planning a trip to French Riviera this time next year. ...
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Golf in Scotland - dLSUm22
We are heading there next year for 3-4 days. Will likely play 2x while there. None of us are very good, but we enjoy playing at local courses when we travel. Prefer to have option of golf cart. Obviously The Old Course and Carnoustie are first two that come to mind.......
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re: Portland, ME recs. - dLSUm22
Fore Street looks pretty fancy/upscale.. is that accurate?...
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re: Portland, ME recs. - dLSUm22
Bissell Brothers is def on the list. It was supposed to be included in the OP, not sure what happened. Austin Street is another I've heard/read good things about and will try to fit in if time allows. East Ender, Fore Street and Central Provisions are the others that I've had my eye on, just nee...
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Portland, ME recs. - dLSUm22
Heading to Portland this weekend. Will be there Friday afternoon - Monday morning. Staying in the Old Port area. Based on previous threads, I have these as must-do: Duckfat, Honeypaw, Eventide, Maine Beer Co, Allagash, Portland Head Lighthouse. What am I missing? I have room for two more meal...
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re: Ideal time to visit Portland, ME? - dLSUm22
Has anybody done the mailboat tour? Thoughts? We are going this weekend....
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re: Ideal time to visit Portland, ME? - dLSUm22
In the process of planning the trip. Going to fly into Boston and take the late Amtrak into Portland. Where is the best place to stay to minimize driving? Should we be in downtown Portland? Based on maps, it looks like it would be pretty easy to walk. Plan to Uber, but I guess I could still rent...
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re: Deviled eggs are an underrated item - dLSUm22
Couldn’t agree more. I bet I ate 10+ today. ...
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re: Sint Maartens - dLSUm22
We are going next month. Will post a trip review upon return. I’ve heard/read that most of the island is fine. ...
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re: Last minute flight advice - dLSUm22
Did not know this about southwest.. thanks! Prices are still super high for next weekend as I sit here and look at them today. But in 2-3 weeks, they are back down to 197 round trip out of DFW. ...
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Last minute flight advice - dLSUm22
Are there any tricks to catching last minute flight deals? Or any info I should be aware of? Reason I ask is that we have been invited to go to Napa next weekend, but we literally will not know if we are able to attend until Thursday afternoon....
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re: Dallas Local Beer - dLSUm22
I was impressed with the beers that I had from Manhattan Project Beer Co this past weekend - Half Life IPA and Necessary Evil Pils. Have a six pack of their coconut porter in my fridge that I have yet to try. ...
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re: Hotel recs for Nashville - dLSUm22
I think AirBnB is the way to go in Nashville. We stayed at a really nice one in East Nashville. Great food scene around there. I remember the hotels being pretty expensive.....
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re: Which brewery in Dallas? - dLSUm22
Give me your best Mexican food recs! ...
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re: St. John - has it recovered? - dLSUm22
[quote] It's getting there but a lot of things are gone. Caneel Bay and Zozo's at the Sugar Mill are gone and probably won't be back.[/quote] Yep, they did tell me that 4-5 places weren’t planning to reopen. I remember Zozo’s being mentioned. [quote]I’ll be staying on St. John and Jost for 12 ...
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re: St. John - has it recovered? - dLSUm22
Do it! I certainly would. I posted a trip review about a month ago. ...
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re: St. John - has it recovered? - dLSUm22
I was there three months ago. Had an amazing trip. From what I was told by the locals, it is basically back to full operation. The Westin Resort was the last big thing they were waiting on, and it opened back up the week I was there. ...
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re: Which brewery in Dallas? - dLSUm22
Gonna try and swing by Civil Pour, too, since it is so close to hotel. Thanks for the recs!...
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