The Hotel Broughty Ferry
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... paper. The only thing to dislike is carpet in the bathroom. We walked around the village - all the architecture is so attractive, and the hotel has a huge garden behind it. We tried out the bar in the hotel and had a nice discussion with the only local who wasn't focused on the big football game. Then we headed to dinner in the hotel restaurant. No Michelin star, but delicious and reasonably priced.
Now we have to pack and prepare for our early departure to Greece!
This afternoon after school we set out to explore the local area with our first stop the town of Falkland and its well known Palace of the same name.
The palace is another Royal property however is managed by the National Trust of Scotland and part of the palace is still occupied by the Crichton-Stuart family who have been the Keeper's of the palace for centuries.
Where the palace now sits ...
... style partnership……run
like the cops are chasing you! One of the centres that
were firmly in the nationalist camp is my temporary home for 2 weeks,
Dundee. My ancestral family home nestled
on the banks of the River Tay on Scotland’s east coast. Despite being a
socialist hotbed, it was once represented by one Winston Churchill. From the days of Empire this city has been
famous for three things; Jam, Jute and Journalism. Jam driven by the ...
... road and on towards the docks. Here we see an old wooden sea vessel which turns out to be the 46-gun frigate HMS Unicorn. She was launched in 1824 and served the Royal Navy for 144 years as a frigate and training ship. Today she is an unseaworthy and rather leaky museum, but not open on Sundays it would appear. We end our tour of Dundee with a drive through town past the steeple of St Mary and some fine buildings including an impressive looking school. This afternoon we visit ...
... still there are no changes so far. I don’t
know enough about the politic of Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom to
judge on that situation but after talking with some people, it appears that
it’s a divided debate here as well, that could go on for a long time. The facts
are that the Scottish economy is not strong enough at the moment to support the
country by itself. Just like it did in Quebec, ...