A Good Filming Day In Scotland
well it was a dry day and not particularly cold. we had a pleasant enough meal considering the location but sleep was disrupted by smokers belw our window outside reception through the night, what on earth they were doing up at 3.30 in the night heaven knows but we had had enough by this time and phoned reception who gruffly said they couldn't do anything but amazingly the noise stooped immediately after our call. we can hear the cacophony now as we relax after the day out which doesn't bode well for tonight. we've stayed before and dined here but this is the worst experience yet. the roadworks surrounding the area are poorly marked out and signposts random in nature and positioning considering it goes on until the next century you would have thought a better job would have been done. I'd dropped Mandy off about 9am and she had a boring cold day, there were few people at the museum and it seems to have been a waste of time and effort attempting to make it two days rather than just the usual busy if not oft hectic Sunday, surely if it isn't broke don't go trying to fix it. fingers crossed that tomorrow Sunday sees something more like normal but I don't think there is a cat in hells chance of covering the additional expense incurred. filming say me head over to Falkirk, plenty of activity and although they had the new buses there were older ones in blue looking quite tatty and no markings at all other than a tiny first group logo. I covered the street stops and the bus station and got wrapped up in two hours. then I moved on to Stirling which could have had a bit more sunshine but it held out and I came in close to buses to get the exposure something like good. they had new deckers on the university shuttle service which looked very colourful. just had a wash, still noisy outside, there is music with dinner tonight.
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