Holiday Inn Express Glenrothes
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... were lots of people in the same place in the middle of the day. There was also a large theatre there that caught our attention but when we looked closer a stage had been set up for special public events and all the stairs and seats had been redone and it practically looked like a new stadium in amongst the old ruins. The backdrop of the ancient stones was still very beautiful but not the same as other ruins we had encountered. The views of the city ...
... Our first drive would take us to the Wallace monument which is famous for housing one of Scotland's biggest heroes also known as 'Braveheart'.
The drive would take about an hour and a half and Don promised to make the trip very pleasurable by telling us all about Scottish history.
Don however only had 2 requests/rules which he would not stand by if broken; the first one was 'no ******* on the bus' which we all agreed was best especially seeing as he had taken with him ...
Couldn't decide about Norway, met a few people who said it is quite cold around this time of year and with the fog you can't really see the fjords true beauty.....
So in chatting with my new mate Jade, I made the decision to go to Paris. My first European love!!! more to come on this xx
SO excited for Paris, and French food! Eeeeeeeeeek
Well Sunday was a nice day. Saturday night was spent watching telly (hehe), eating takeaway and ...
After a hectic week of
travelling around Ireland in a Paddywagon Bus filled with crazy gap students
and old teachers I travelled to Edinburgh, Scotland to see my dear school
friend Ruby King. The lead up to actually arriving to Scotland was a *******e,
having to an all nighter in Luton airport. I caught the train from Kemble at
8pm which was easy considering I only had two stops to Paddington train station
and then had to catch the underground ...
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 ...