Bell Craig Guest House
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This afternoon after school we set out to explore the local area with our first stop the town of Falkland and its well known Palace of the same name.
The palace is another Royal property however is managed by the National Trust of Scotland and part of the palace is still occupied by the Crichton-Stuart family who have been the Keeper's of the palace for centuries.
Where the palace now sits ...
... some time and we landed in Frankfurt only 10 minutes later than we were supposed to. We walked off the plane and there we saw a shuttle to bring everyone to the airport, and then our own private little shuttle for all the Budapest-goers who were faced with a rather small time frame to get to the next flight. This shuttle brought us to a convenient small customs office to avoid the line up that we would be faced with at the general customs where lines are usually huge and then we ...
... up! And there were no taxis in sight so that wasn't really an option! Needless to say, I was so grateful that the girl (who's name I will never know) took the time to make sure I successfully made it to the bus stop, It was such a nice note to end my wonderful little weekend away.
I apologize for the delay since my last post! I will be writing another post soon with an update on life in St Andrews so far. I am sending lots of love to all of you! xx
... and after all, I bought the darn things for this trip, I might as well get some use out of them. I have to say, doing something yourself that you've dreamed of is wonderful, but seeing the joy someone else has in doing that is even more gratifying. So here's his story:
Donnie watched a few people who had gotten in ahead of him and when one guy dribbled it off the first tee, everyone waiting in line gave a huge sigh of relief. They ...
... of Scots had. Very fascinating. The house, with it's beautiful old wooden beams and walls is really unique and wonderful to see.
While on the street called "The Royal Mile", I went in a Church built for Thomas Moodie. It is very lovely and is quite surrounded by gravestones.
I would love to spend much more time in this lovely city but time moves on and so must I.
I am now on a fast train to Glasgow. It is a beautiful day with sun, even! The countryside ...