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... consecrated in 1197, and have been an active place of worship for over 800 years. Although not all the stained glass windows are old, it has one of the finest collections of stained glass windows to be found in the UK. The church is Crown property and is cared for by Historic Scotland. ...
... height of the ceilings, the views out the windows. It is easy to visualize court life with fires a blaze, the smell of food coming from the kitchens, the walls white washed and hung with tapestries. Yeah, I like the castles that aren't decked out with furniture and stuff, it gives you a chance to use your imagination. Check out some of the pictures and use your imagination, go back 500 years and become part of the court.
After lunch we hit another unknown castle. This ...
... metaphorically! We went to the games and while we were waiting for a shuttle
bus to the site, we met two wee girls who were competing in highland dancing.A 7yo and an 8yo. So young!But we saw them compete, and they were so so good! Never quite understood how someone of that age can do the
sword dance, but hey ho they do!We walked around a bit, and found the guys throwing giant
hammers and, as the Germans put ...
Travel days are rarely overly exciting.Just the way they are.You sit on a bus for hours and usually end up asleep.But today, as I was waiting at the bus stop I did a double
take.Like majorly.Anyone who knows me knows I love Celtic Thunder.And I was sure I saw Colm, one of the members.I need to add here, that I know perfectly well they are in
Australia right now, so ...
... I don’t know if there is any correlation. There are many unique structures in Glasgow, one of which was the “Wiggly Bridge”, because it went across the river Clyde diagonally. Then they built a bridge that was constructed of twisted steel, which they called “Wriggly Bridge”. Also the Transport Museum building is quite unique as well as being beautiful. The display inside makes great use of the space and ...