Travelodge Dundee Strathmore Avenue
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... that *****. The sea of orange to our left were
beautifully ebullient but the Dark Blue facing them looked like they were all
chewing wasps sufficient to attract the attention of the constabulary.
Hooligans at footy? Damn right when we lose! The other great constant in life is if you carry a Canadian
flag people talk to you. First up a young kid on the Dundee FC benches, newly
signed from Toronto FC after 2 years at my beloved QPR. Gave him ...
... and sat at the table in the bar to check times and what. Could catch a bus at 12 so just mucked around. Lewis guy from auz sat down and we chatted for a while before I got my computer out. Got the car lady to fill my drinks bottle and she said it would take 10min to get there so left not long after that. Then I walked to the bus station. It seemed like I had been walking for to long so asked someone and it was just ...
... its soundtrack and the dog that's in it. In fact I'm currently sitting listening to the soundtrack on 8tracks (and trying to stifling a burning desire to go out and get wasted). And for me to say I like a dog is a more or less like blowing a hole in the universe. Long story short, I have already come to accept the fact that when I'm older I will be a crazy cat lady. Oh, and also, I must confess to a minor crush on the main character Thomas but ...
Yesterday was a bit of a lost day so decided not to write.. One thing I didn't mention regarding the tour through Brodick Castle was the eras that one covered when walking through one individual room..to the next.
At one stage we went through a drawing room dating 19th centure, dropping down 200 years to the next room and down another 100 years to the next room. As the years dropped back, so too did the quality of the furniture and ...
... to meld - they were always filled with fantastic food, a few drinks, some good chat and lots of laughing =)
The next day we made my favourite trip to a tiny wee seaside town called Ely - it was kind of a shock to me because I didn't expect any part of Scotland to be like this. It was one of the prettiest beach towns i have ever seen, with brightly painted houses and red sand and tusselly sand dunes and rough sea with big grey clouds... ...