Holiday Inn Express Glenrothes
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... Gullane – about 4 hours. I was amazed at the diversity of beach stones. Each little cove seems to have its own variety of rock type and formation, including ancient volcanic rock. It must be a geologist's dream.
Margaret and Alan took me on a wonderful day trip to Dunbar a small town right at the mouth of the Firth of Forth and technically, “just around the corner” and on the North Sea. Once an ...
... but the food was really good too. Dad and I got warm, grilled sandwiches and side salads, and Nikki got a baked potato with hummus and peppers. We sat in the back corner of the cafe, enjoying the unique atmosphere and some time off of our feet. Before we left, I stopped to use the restroom and quickly saw that nearly every surface, from the walls and ceiling to the soap dispenser was covered with ...
... and the bang scares the hell out of you...the Edinburough Castle is a unique experience....we spent most of a day there but it would take days to see it all. We jumped on the trusty "hop on....hop off" tour bus and went to the other end of the Royal Mile to the Holyrood Palace....this is where the royals went after they realised castles were cold and damp....this is where Queen Elizabeth stays when she is in Scotland...we walked ...
... the day was at the Culloden Battlefield Memorial. The story behind this battle is so tragic (which seems to be the case for a lot of Scotland's history)! Basically, according to our driver, this supposed heir to Scotland's throne, Charles Edward Stuart aka Bonnie Prince Charlie, was raised in France and sort of brainwashed by Louis V into thinking he should claim Scotland's throne (the Catholic/Protestant conflict plays a big part in this too). So he ...
The stretch from Glenrothes to the finish line was an incredibly quick one, as momentum was building to the finish line, and the cyclists were all keen to reach the end and celebrate.
Ronnie's rolls at Glenrothes had given Team Donaldson a fresh burst of energy, and Ronnie also had a wonderful little shortcut up his sleeve from Glenrothes to Head Office in Markinch – much to the delight of the cyclists! So it was a speedy and ...