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... special two days exploring the various archeological sites and forts, and hiking the wall itself. It was windy but mostly clear -- what luck! Watching Henry run with joy along the parts of the wall okay for walking was an absolute pleasure. We also were fortunate to hear a talk by the lead archeologist at the Vindolanda excavations and watch the excavations taking place. When you're sixteen, you can come back and be part of the team.
Henry named all the sheep ...
... a snack at a Pret a Manger and caught the shuttle back to the hotel / airport. We watched some more athletes, including Australians,arriving at the airport, to be welcomed by bagpipes and dancing girls. Chelsea left on an Emirates at 9:30pm. Gail and I found an external viewing spot outside the airport fence and filmed the plane taking off before retiring to the ...
... we jumped on the bus, did a city tour and relaxed and took in the views.
We stopped at Glasgow's West End district, which is a funky and happening area with plenty of uni students around. The shops were great and most of the shops were actually up market second hand shops run by the large charities (Eg Oxfam, Heart Foundation, World Vision etc)
After shopping we wandered though the Botanical Gardens and then continued on the bus tour.
... was still there, so that was a lovely surprise. Around the corner from there, we also saw his maternal grandparent's house, which brought back memories too.
Dinner at Tony Macaroni's, which was also showing an old black and white Italian movie with subtitles, quite amusing.
Day 5 - Tuesday. We initially thought we would go to Loch Lomond, however after going for a drive the other day when there was bad weather and having an obscured view, we decided ...
... name Munro. So that is where the cousin relationship comes in. He married another widow, Catherine McIntyre, late in life, but she was from a different family (not a sister) - doesn’t seem related, but I can’t be sure. She outlived him. Neil died in 1951 aged 64 from coronary thrombosis and cardiac failure. I have just realised these age dates don’t add up, but that is what the records say. I ...