Hilton Dundee / St Andrews Coast
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... though it doesnt compare in size with Melbourne or even Edinburgh.
I stopped to see the Disney Store, and walked along the pedestrianised high street, which also had embedded into it the tracks of past trams which went along there.
I like Dundee. (They also were one of the four counties to vote yes in the referendum).
... tired and my feet hurt. Then headed back to the water and lay down but it was windy and cold so went to tescos and got juice, buns, salad and yoghurt for £4.25. Then walked back to the hostel and had a shower. Made dinner and ate alone in the dinning room before get if my computer and going on the Internet and sorting photos. Skyped mum And merlin. Was on computer for about 3 hours. Then for ready for bed and finished ...
... no more companions, we headed The Onion (Dundee Union for those out of the circle). The only person I managed to persuade to meet up with us was my old friend Max (our history is a very long tale). The night plodded along like any normal night out really; initially clear and then more and more blurry. CG departed us quite early as he had work as well in the morning but isn't as much of a bore as everyone else.
One of the things I ...
... hills. Drank a nice Italian red and life was good.
Up early today (8 a.m) to pack up and eat before checking out and catching the ferry back to the mainland . The sea was up so it was a bit choppy getting back into the harbour at Ardrossan but overall a smooth return trip and well worth the visit.
Good drive over to St Andrews and decided to drop off the motorway to visit the Falkirk Wheel on the way. We were fortunate ...
... mates) for the night and they took me out on the toooownnn!! It was so fun. I started off at Sue and Jim's local until the boys were ready to come out and I tried real ale there (pretty much more flavoursome, non fizzy beer) and learnt all about the tricks of the Scottish and Irish language which was interesting! Also the cutest little jack russell I've ever seen made it into the pub and tried to eat Jim - I'll put the video up, too cute.