Holiday Inn Express Strathclyde Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a pasture with a bull again.
Next, we headed up to the William Wallace Monument. I think the roundabouts are getting much easier, although we still have a tendency to slide past the proper exit. Luckily, so far, no re-enactments of the Family Vacation scene! We ended up making the climb from the visitors' center to the monument twice, as I forgot my telephoto lens at the car. Then we did the tight, twisting 246 steps to the top, stopping at the way ...
... the street from the Circus was a vegetarian restaurant, David Bann, which we returned to for dinner. Before we turned I for the night, we stopped at a pub next door for a wee dram o' the whisky. We couldn't leave Scotland without one such drink, so we checked that off the list and called it a night. Travel day tomorrow - hate to see it all end. But it's been lovely, and we are so fortunate to have had this ...
... We walk through private fields and try not disturb the cows grazing on it even though they are sitting/standing right on our pathway... The Isle of May keeps us accompanied on our left side along the way. We arrive in Anstruther, another quaint little town that is buzzing today. We feel like some fish & chips and end up at what is said to be the best fish & chip shop (chippee) in Scotland: The Anstruther Fish Bar. If you want it as take ...
... bum!!! Aye right, I saw zilch bum or otherwise!. I was by then giving up the will to live and thinking about the braw wee shops I could have been browsing in Akaroa which really looked so nice instead of trying to see a bloody Kiwi which I had no idea what it was!! Then it was a finger buffet lunch then back onto the bus which took us around the outskirts of Christchurch and oh boy what devastation they suffered with that earthquake. Building work going on everywhere and they reckon ...
... parents, relatives and friends took their parting shots of their children and waved them a fond farewell.
With the group now rallied together we were about to start our adventure! We made our way over to the check-in desk only to be told by a service assistant that we had to print our own boarding passes. Within seconds 14 pupils and 3 teachers had created a bottle neck at the only 4 machines available to us. The nervous ...