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On this last trip we visited
Culloden, the famous site of Scotland’s last stand and lost battle against the
British in 1746. The drastic measures undertaken following the defeat at
Culloden - massive killings and retributions, forbidding the wearing of tartans
and the speaking of Gaelic, deportations and seizure of traditional clan land
holdings – contributed to ...
... pronounced: Edinburrah). We did not plan to have a car while spending the rest of the weekend in the city, as our hotel is conveniently located in the Old Town. As luck would have it, or rather great Scottish city planning, an express double decker bus ride (my first) took us to Waverly Station, a mere 100 feet from our hotel door. Things are already going smoothly in the land of redheads!
Well I have had a solid week at work....trying to win one new customer and appease an existing one.
Sandy had a bit more time of family history research and then had a companion arrive. Ken and his wife Lisa arrived Monday. Like me Ken had a solid week at work and that allowed the ladies to do their own thing.
They had lots of fun and managed to get to
- Fortnum and Masons
- The Churchill War ...
... political and strategic affairs leading to many murders, assasinations, seiges etc. Evidence of castle being rebuilt, extra fortifications being added and underground tunneling used to attack the castle walls. Wonderful sea front location offering strategic value in its day but great views up and down the coast for today's visitors.
Short walk further along the road to the remains of an enormous cathedral. Came across a costumed guide who gave a 15 ...
It was changeover day again today and our travelling home took us to Gallowhill Farm in Perth and Kinross 26 miles from Linwater. A lay in was on the cards and very much appreciated. The weather had changed, there was a slight mizzle in the air and the temperature was down by 10 degrees! The normal jobs were carried with great efficiency- we are now well practiced at unhooking T.V. aerials, changing toilet cassettes, using campsite washing machines and unwinding support ...