Travelodge Dundee Central
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... paper. The only thing to dislike is carpet in the bathroom. We walked around the village - all the architecture is so attractive, and the hotel has a huge garden behind it. We tried out the bar in the hotel and had a nice discussion with the only local who wasn't focused on the big football game. Then we headed to dinner in the hotel restaurant. No Michelin star, but delicious and reasonably priced.
Now we have to pack and prepare for our early departure to Greece!
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 ...
... weather has improved and with the weekend comes footy. Cocaine to this addict’s nose with a lower league game on Saturday and the big Dundee Derby on Sunday. Now no visit to a new place is complete without finding a unique watering hole. Let me present dear readers the Phoenix Pub. A great example of brewhousery. Special indeed is the inscription above the door:
Here are your waters and your watering place; Drink and be whole again beyond confusion. Hey ho life is good!
... foot wells also need a jolly good clean. We lay everything out on the grass and give the inside a good hoover (using idiotic hand held device) and mop out (J Cloth). The outside will be going through a car wash whenever we can find one (sorry Adrian) - it hasn't been done since Loch Lommond so it's also in need of attention. And what about the cake, I hear you ask...well we seem to have consumed quite a bit of it lately and today was no exception. I knew I should have packed the ...
... us visitors, to look around and
appreciate the beauty of all the things that surround us. For us, North Americans,
all here is different so we want to discover and enjoy the moment, but for them
it’s just normal so why taking their time. The last thing that can explain this
phenomenon is probably what I would call a "comparison complex". When you talk
with Scottish people about their transport system, ...