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... buried in front of the altar, his heart, in a casket, was buried with her, hence the name. As it was only a ruin and it was pouring with rain, took a photo and had lunch before driving on along the shore of Sołway Firth. A really wet afternoon as we drove west. Stopped at a smokehouse to buy lots of food goodies before driving through Stranraer to camp at a farm. Ferry to Ireland ...
... to visit the city. It was also a perfect location for the luncheon my mother had organized with Scottish friends and family, with the restaurant being just up the hill. We went for dinner the night before and got to sample various wines before selecting a couple for the luncheon. My mom also coordinate final details for the luncheon, as there would be about 25 people attending. It turned out to be a perfect way to ...
... We got to the bus station a good 3hrs early and as it was warm and toasty in there. Finally the bus came, 3 of us got on and that was it, we got dropped at Manchester as we had to get onto a Belfast bound coach just after midnight, so there was more waiting. The Belfast bus was choccablock! We managed to find spare seats behind one another and the other lady waiting with us was unlucky enough to wake a sleeping Asian taking up 2 seats next to us. She complained about being sick ...
... of the Titanic and its two cranes; Goliath and Samson; Lu thinks it’s odd that they should be so proud of building a ship that sank. There are Union Jacks in the towns and Lu recommends seeing the massive ‘peace walls’ in Belfast; so high and so massive to stop people throwing bombs over. When we hired the car I thought I heard the assistant say; ‘..in case you want to shoot someone..’, but no, I misheard shoot for show. ...
... story goes, was burnt down accidentially by servants while the master was away.. what is that expression about cats and mice?
For dinner, the recommended seafood restaurant in town was booked solid up so we settled for the familiar Crown Hotel which was just fine with us. Casual and comfortable with some locals adding flair to the place. Then it was back to our B+B to get organized and packed, sort out logistics for the next day etc. ...