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... everyone who was on the second floor was talking about the Scottish guys fight. Fight? Everyone was recounting their version of the Scottish argument. In everyone's versions they spoke about the loud thud/banging on the wall. Everyone thought the verbal argument became physical...uh no...it was Toby telling the Scottish to shut up. Thank god we finally checked out of The Kings Manor Hotel (****** hotel, awful facilities and no air con! ).
Next stop: Wrexham ...
... festival" and booked a number of preview (cheaper) and two for one tickets over the following week.
The next day was pretty cruisy too, well all the following days while N is sick has been cruisy. N and I headed down to the Royal Mile (the start of which is only a 5 minute walk from the apartment). We picked up our tickets for the shows and shopped for some "essentials". A new pair of Doc Martens for me to replace the boots I sent home with J as I didn't want ...
... get a chance to hang in Hyde Park or check out Portobello Road markets or any outdoorsy activities, next time. Instead I spent lots of time hanging out in English pubs with a warmish beer and a pie, mash and pea combo. This I also enjoyed greatly!
From London I caught the fast train to Birmingham to meet up with Lock. After a wander around the area we were staying in, finding the Gay Village to be misleadingly named, we sat at a cute bar named Penny Blacks on the ...
... are now. Sean Fitzgerald, a dry stone wall builder from Ballydavid in Co. Kerry, dates the change there to the arrival of an artist in the village of Dunquin in the early seventies. Instead of having the walls around her house built of breeze block, as was the then fashion, she wanted a traditional dry stone wall. Suddenly everyone realised what they had. Sean Fitzgerald is constantly busy now, building new walls not only on the Dingle Peninsula, but also as far away as ...
After breakfast (a poached egg on toast), I gathered up my things and went into the main part of the city and the headquarters for the genealogical support, Scotland’s People. I paid to be able to use their records for the day and had a wonderful time. I really wanted to find a record of either birth or death for my 4x great-grandfather, John Rose, but had no luck. I know that he was a blacksmith living in Edinburgh in 1841 as this ...