There was only one way in for the Old Master, and that was the Grand Entrance stairway.
A severely paralysed man has continued to defy his disabilities on the latest leg of his cross-country cycle challenge.
East Fife will head into the 2010/11 second division campaign hoping to improve on last season"s seventh-place finish, with a pre-season likely to give them confidence going into this term.
Montrose boss Steven Tweed accepts it would not be possible for his side to have a worse season this time around.
Dunfermline boss Jim McIntyre has his sights trained on the first division title even though he suspects the race for promotion to the SPL will been more keenly contested than ever.
St Johnstone were defeated by an English Premiership side for the second time in three days when two late goals gave Bolton Wanderers victory at McDiarmid Park.
Fife Council and the region's chamber of commerce have written to the Scottish Secretary to voice their concern over the future of the aircraft carrier contract.
A former London advertising executive, who has turned campaigner for the disabled following a catastrophic road accident, was in Dundee at the weekend.
The largest annual gathering of yachts on Scotland's east coast was to be found in the East Neuk of Fife as the Anstruther Muster brought a wealth of activity and spectacle to the harbour.
A senior Scottish Government minister has stressed he played no part in the decision to approve a controversial wind farm in Highland Perthshire.