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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This race was a time trial, so we all left at different times and rankings just depended on our times. All the boats lined up one in front of the other at the start line, based on our boat numbers. I was strangely not as nervous as I usually am for running and skiing races, and was rather just really excited for this new experience! I found it so incredible that two months ago, not a single one of us had ever set foot in a boat and today we were actually ...
Drove out of Aberdeen in low fog. First stop was Stonehaven. Parked in Market Square & visited the Information Centre. Went to look for the home of the Lumsden's, Shirl's second great grandfather in High Street & Rodney Street without success. Went to Dunnottar & Fetteresso cemeteries to look for graves funnily enough of Shirl's 3rd great grandparents without ...
... different to Glasgow and very picturesque. After saying goodbye to Mark, Emma and her parents we went back to Edinburgh and stayed in a very cool area called Stockbridge. Here we met up with Margaret (the teacher Dean was a TA for in Dubai this year) and she was lovely enough to offer to have us visit her place in Crail (not far from St Andrew's) which is where we find ourselves now. So hopefully in the next few days we will make it to St. ...
(...and I'm still not packed!) - just kidding (kind of), don't panic, Gran! It is crazy to think that this time tomorrow I will be up in the sky on my way to Sri Lanka! It still doesn't feel real! I just wanted to say one last massive thank you to everybody that has helped me on my way and wished me well before I go! I am really excited to go out there now after all the preparation, ...
... from the interior, which were intended to intercept the incoming invasion.
Nikki met us at the castle, and we headed over The Old Course to see the famous weak bridge, the driving range, first tee, and the pro shop. The course was beautiful (naturally), but I decided to leave the golfing for the pros. Around 4:30, we went to the Balgove Larder farm shop and cafe where I picked up some traditional ...