Old Racecourse Hotel
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... used in many films, recently the opening sequence of Sherlock Holmes, Game of Shadows. In 1348, land was used as a graveyard and plague pit for the countless burials of victims of the black death. Forty years later, the land was granted for the London Charterhouse a Carthusian Monastery. The Charterhouse later became a school and Baden Powell was a student ...
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Lauren and Brendan x
Woke up after a nice long lay in, and had breakfast with Megan and Kevin. They offered to take us out for the day and show us some nice seaside spots near Glasgow. We drove to Troon, a spot where Dad used to work, many a year ago, We went to have lunch at the local (famous) fish and chip shop, but it was unfortunately closed. Not to worry, we found another one just along the road and had some beautiful fresh ...
... This explains why now I have had a cough for a week and a half. Another one of my roommates has had one for 2 and a half weeks. I am seriously hoping this never-ending rain of sickness ends soon!
Anyways, back to Glasgow, the pictures somewhat speak for themselves. I quite enjoyed the Necropolis, which is basically a huge hill with a bunch of dead people. Sounds pretty exciting, right? Well actually the graves and mausoleums are absolutely beautiful. They were just so ...
... Inverness was about four hours, so our plan was to drive to Perth first, only two and a half hours away, and have a decent stop for lunch there.
At 7.00am Emma and I went downstairs to have some breakfast, leaving Matt in bed which I wasn't that happy about because it's easier having another person help you as you have to make her breakfast too.
The staff brought out the booster seat from ...
... of Kerry from work. Kerry would have gone NUTS when she saw it, and if i could have, i would have bought it for her. But, alas, I couldn't. Sorry, Kerry.
What was it, you ask? Well, it was a life-sized display of Darth Vader, made entirely of Lego!
Kerry, you would have loved it. I did get some photo's of it for you.
After walking through Hamley's, I went into the Disney store, on the first floor. While in there, I saw ...