Gilmore City Centre Guest House
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... passing some of the Royal sites, finally arriving just a short stroll from our hotel. Just happens to be the jazz and blues festival on at the moment with a Speigeltent venue in St Andrews Square within earshot of our room and needless to say we have tickets for a performance tomorrow evening! Explored a little tonight with a big day coming up tomorrow. ...
... for power: Mary Queen of Scots.
Mary and Elizabeth were cousins, and both descended from royalty; Elizabeth from the Tudors who ruled England, and Mary from the Stuarts, who ruled Scotland. Mary was queen of Scotland practically her whole life, being crowned as a teeny baby. Elizabeth took a while longer to find her way to the throne, and when she did she was very polarizing. Her dad Henry was the one who had broken away from the Catholic Church and created ...
... br> Home for a quick cuppa to thaw out before we head off again this time to the Filling Station for tea with some of Julie's friends who she used to worm with. The filling station serve American food so I enjoyed some pretzels with garlic dipping butter, pulled pork and chips and of course a glass of pink lemonade.
Home again, we watched Pitch Perfect then off to bed after another great ...
... in the Pub,
and a dozen free shows I walked into and never found out the name of.
By the end of five days I am exhausted.
I have no idea how the artists manage it, but during one show one artist says;
"It's not a sprint, or a marathon. It's not even a ******* race. It's a job, and you just gotta do it"
By the time Monday comes around I'm glad I set a reminder in my calender to go to the airport, as I have lost track of ...
... pointed out the sites as we left the city on our way to our first stop at the Scottish Wool Center in Aberfoyle. This was a rest stop, snack, shop, etc. Again, we were early because of the bicycle race, so we had to wait a while for the store to open. We walked around taking pictures of the various sheep. Once in the store we did some souvenir shopping. Jean saw a few things, but the items were took much for her blood. I saw some nice Harris Tweed sport coats, but I wasn't ready ...