Premier Inn Dundee West
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... in recognition of their fine ales. Nathan bought a bottle of their scotch beer which he enjoyed tonight over dinner, it certainly has a unique flavour and is 7% alcohol and one was more than enough.
After we returned home we did some some school and Nathan took the chance to go for a run and map another town to add to his collection. Tomorrow ends our stay in Scotland and we head back south to ...
... can rebound off as well as a net. We were fortunate to see a game in progress so we were able to see how it is actually played.
We then drove onto St Andrews and took a walk along its famous Old Course watching the golf. Some very, very, very, poor golf! The course is open to the public with numerous walking paths which criss cross the fairways and is a popular thoroughfare for people getting from one ...
... pot and
the Germans poked us with their Blitzkrieg stick. The most irritating thing is the verbal
handwringing that the losers engage in. As soon as the airwaves warmed up they
were all out there quickly moved from “we going to win” to we have a mandate because
45% expressed a desire to separate. Seems getting beaten makes hiding true
feelings and beliefs very hard to do. Every radio and TV show is flooded with
these nationalists going on about ...
We are up early despite the fact that it's Sunday...this campsite is large and full and there are only two showers in the ladies block. There is no way that I am queuing for a shower. Perfect. The first time this campsite has been quiet. Everyone is asleep and I have the whole place to myself...it's tempting not to take two showers! I am all done by 6.45am and Ian is stirring. I suggest he does likewise. He does (reluctantly). It's 9am and we're on the road. Destination Dundee. There ...
... it’s interesting to know that the three most popular attractions in the country
are all in this city, the castle, the zoo and the bus tours. The largest city
in Scotland, Glasgow, comes in second place followed by Stirling, Aberdeen and
St Andrews. Tourism is a very important part of the culture in Scotland and I
think that the best way to enjoy your visit here is to take your time and just
be amaze by the things you see.