The Gilvenbank Hotel
Travel Blogs from Glenrothes
... a place that doesnt want me there. Its like stalking a movie star. So we are busy now looking at options. None of which sound good. I wish i could have finished the blog on a brighter note. Thanks to all who have tagged along on the trip reading the blog. I really apreciated the support and the comments. I have enjoyed it despite some trying times. I might write some stuff about living in scotland but I doubt there is going to be much of interest ...
... the New Year with the Friendly Fires playing. Fireworks let off from the castle we awesome (not quite Sydney) and then the entire city sang Old Lang Syne (not sure of the significance and was a little too pickled to ask anyone).
Again the awesomeness of Arielle’s apartment proved itself again as it has a nightclub in it’s basement which we grooved away into until the wee hours. All in all, an awesome awesome ...
I am happy to report a healthy, happy cast.
I am sorry I did not write last night.
I am physically exhausted and emotionally drained.
I am just getting up now and off to a Producers seminar for 3 hours,
so no rest for the weary.
I got up and met Gigi and Emma, Catherine, Jessie yesterday morning to take the girls
over to Bedlam Theatre to meet Cameron, Kim and the boys to watch KILLING TIME.
... The enlisted personnel had very cramped shared rooms with four or six bunks on one small room. Each Bunk was fitted with storage space underneath for personal possessions.
The large aft area of the ship has a beautiful teak deck, and it was in this area that many state functions were held with world leaders, including Nelson Mandela, Boris Yeltsin, Bill Clinton and others. The Queens sitting room is adjacent to that, facing towards the stern and ...
... Abbey, built by King David I to honor his mother, Queen Margaret (whose small chapel stands in Edinburgh Castle). Margaret was said to possess a piece of the “true cross” called the Holy Rood. The Abbey is now a ruin, having suffered various insults in the historic scufflings between Catholics and Reformationists in Scotland. The roof finally fell in 1768 and was not repaired, leaving it largely as ...