Holiday Inn Express Glenrothes
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Today we woke up early and packed up to go to the airport. But first, we had breakfast. There was this cute little four year old named Charlie that wanted to be a fireman. He was the cutest little Irish boy and he looked like my cousin Elijah. Then we went to the airport. We went through the security and found the gates. We walked through our gate and found a bus waiting for us at the bottom of the stairs. The bus finally took off and brought us ...
... as J.K Rowling having lived in the city. I actually chanced upon Elephant House cafe, which is where J.K Rowling spent a lot of time whilst writing the first Harry Potter books. The cafe itself was very cosy, while the fans' messages and jokes written on the walls of the bathroom were very entertaining. The National Scottish Museum, too, was a great way to find out about Scotland's long and proud history. But ...
... view on a foggy night!
There is a stairway alongside our building, the Vennel, leading up to higher streets. It follows the remains of the ancient Flodden Wall, the protective wall built around the southern end of medieval Edinburgh.
A step out our door delivers us to countless historic sights, pubs, cafes, coffee shops, and gift shops within a minute's ...
... the ride. At Crew we had a toasted sandwich and then larded train number two. On this journey we had a view of the water for some sections which was a nice change and then I just typed up my travel pod entries... That you are reading now! As we were nearing our station basic everyone got off one stop before the end, highlighting to us that we are basically going to a ferry port. Plus we were hoping to get a cab to our place as it was a 20min walk and when we got there - no ...
... even got dressed up in it. Then he showed us some of the weapons that were most commonly used in fighting (they were authentic so people really died from these!) Then in described a bunch of really awful deaths in a lot of detail.
I had just enough time after to visit the shores of Loch Ness and search for a monster. I didn't see anything, unfortunately. Our guide said that Nessie probably isn't a dinosaur like it's portrayed as, but is probably just ...