St Leonards Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on their own when I arrived but did have company earlier. Poor Audrey had just nipped to the loo but returned to duty. I was only there for a moment to drink and go on. My bottle of chia charge was swapped for a full one as requested.
Through the forest and there was Loch Lomond, not enough light to get good photos at first but then Conic hill appeared and photo time. Bob passed me at a nice cruising speed and I didn't ...
... meant dosing off a wee bit during the second half. All in all, definitely worth it!
On Saturday we went to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and saw Salvador Dali's "Christ of St John on the Cross." The painting is very eerie yet beautiful. For lunch we made reservations at the the Willow Tea Room which was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow's famous Architect. We also made it to the other side of town to the ...
... to Invernan then Invernan to Rowerdennan. After my delimma at Kingshouse I made sure I had accommodations in both places. The weather wasn't set to improve and I wasn't in the mood to camp in the rain. During breakfast the following morning I was eavesdopping on some women talking in the dining room. It sounded like they were teachers, so I asked, and indeed, they were. We discussed the condition of education in Scotland and they are having some of the same difficulties ...
today, my friend Myriam and I went to Giant's causeway (9h am to 6h pm), it was a long day. A great activity!! It is a magic place with strange stones...
Finally, we missed our flight to Edimburgh and we took a flight between Belfast-Glasgow). Then, we took a tren to Edinburgh. It is very boring and we are absolutly exhausted. Good night or good morning!
... placements. He was nice enough and everything but he teaches chemistry and I had to sit in on one of his classes in which he taught them all that climate change is just a hoax and that any change in carbon dioxide levels we’re seeing is entirely attributed to an increase in population, people breathing and such. That ****** me off, but it all worked out because I was given the chance within this observation based placement to get my toes wet and teach some classes, one ...