Robert Burns Hotel
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... even if there isn't one for their family. There is a company which makes you a crest based on your life and interests. When we left the church we found the grave marker of John Knox, the leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland, out in the church parking lot. It was just a plaque on the ground. There was also a large sculpture of Charles II on his horse. We walked farther along looking at street performers etc. At this point ...
... memories. Just love this countryside ,villages stone houses. Stopped for lunch in William Wordsworth's birthplace Grasmere. Although some precipitation as we walk the village still a beautiful & scenic area. Thankfully will be returning next month & staying 5 nights up in the northern part of the Lake District. Leaving the Lake District we head north to reach the boarder of England/Scotland where we stopped at Gretna Green where ...
... bus tour departing at 8am and arriving back at 8pm. During the 12 hours, I would be making a circle around the perimeters of Scotland stopping at places called Glencoe, Loch Ness, and the Highlands. It was a chilly morning and I could see my breath as I walked down the cobble stone road called The Royal Mile. I had accidentally passed up the tour place and felt a sting of panic, thinking of how awful it would be to miss the bus. I came across it eventually and made it with ...
... by one stroke. After the golf we went to have a quick look at the castle and abbey ruins they have at St Andrews. They were right on the cliffs near the oceans so would have had some pretty amazing views back in their day. Then we headed back for another pub dinner, where I discovered that gammon steak is pretty much bacon cut as a thick steak and they served two huge steaks of it with chips and the rest. Needless to say I didn't come close to finishing it and felt so dry after it ...
... all the way down to the Prisoners of War exhibition at the bottom, including a quick (if crowded) peak at the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Scone (which has been returned to Scotland after spending almost 700 years under the bottoms of various English Kings and Queens. The Scottish National War Museum was interesting, but a struggle to get through. Some truly harrowing stories in there. The castle is at the top end of the Royal Mile at ...