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... a hunting cottage in the 12th century and was later expanded in the 13th century to make it a castle. In 1371 it was destroyed by an evading English army before being rebuilt. The Palace became a favourite place for the Stuart monarchs. The guides at the palace were full of information and one gentlemen took great delight in telling us about the royal visits over the years with his most fond memory of when ...
The weekend brings for the footy fan the same sense of
anticipation as an addict hoofing it down E Hastings for a hit at Insite. On
this weekend the repast is a double header with markedly different levels of
skill and facilities. We don't generally care as long as there are 22 boys
chasing one ball for 90 minutes. Turned out that it was a challenge keeping 22
on the field in each game for 90 minutes. I've always thought it too easy to support ...
... couldn't believe that I was traveling alone and that I had just walked to the house. Then I went back out to wait about 20min for he bus driver. I was the only one on the bus all the way back to Blairgowrie. I had to wait about 30min. Got on the bus and went and sat at the back. Was really tired and listened to my music.
Got back to Dundee just after 5 and checked the times to Glasgow and I could get a bus just after 6. So I rushed to the hostel and quickly ate the rest ...
... enjoyable tour through staterooms, sunrooms, galleys, wardrooms and staterooms. Amazing! Plus - another gift shop, this time themed to the Royal Yacht - brilliant!! We met Richard at the book shop so,we could buy a map of Scotland and plot our travels. Then it was a whistle stop circuit of Edinburgh before we headed to St Andrews for a peak at the nineteenth hole. Cross country and back to ...
... card, but didn't like my Canadian one. I tried to put my best "silly tourist" smile on during our interaction, but I don't think he was too impressed with me.
The bus ride on the way back from the monument was eventful too, but for a different reason: it was the most scenic route in the history of public transportation. The bus ride from my hostel to the monument took about 15 minutes; the bus ride back took over an hour. The bus drove ...