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... time. The construction is very solid and you could picture yourself living here even today. Each bedroom had it's own private lavatory, which was unheard of in those times. Unfortunately, the most famous of the residence was Sir Patrick Maxwell. He apparently spent his life beating his wife, arguing with neighbours, killing a few of them here and there. He basically got away with it because of his friendship with King James VI. The house itself though has a commanding view of ...
... happy at being seen as frail as she was happy to queue but did eventually see the benefit. I had booked a compact 4 door rental at Glasgow airport and were given a Vauxhall Mokka which is an SUV. Pretty happy about getting a decent car and we headed for the Greenock Cemetery. Over the past few month's I had emailed Tony McCarroll-Cowden who had an image of my fathers grave on his genealogy site. We met Tony at the Cemetery which was the biggest in Europe, and he ...
... They have a share in the huge pool of tax income coming in from England and wealthy business people in London and the economy is very good because of those resources. 70% of Scotland’s exports are with the rest of the UK so their economy is too dependent on England.
The people who are for independence from the UK are mostly the Green party, and Scottish Nationalists (there are a lot of different political parties in Scotland and ...
... the loo's! Kept walking up and down the main street, going between the signs that said Public toilets, before finally seeing them in and entrance in the middle of the street - underground!!
After this pitstop we continued heading west where we saw 5 more castle- it was like 'oh look there's a castle' 'no look over here, here's a castle'. Amazing to see them just there.
But soon enough we were in Scotland! Yay! Scotland!
Glasgow is a funny place. we can't ...
... Beattie) was Helen Merrilees, and there was also Merrilees Burton?? (Allen). Its spellings were many and even the family themselves seemed to vary it; sometimes leaving out one “l”.
I think tomorrow I might shop for sandals. The little toe is suffering again - not too badly - after its walk and dunking in the marsh. It needs to get air on it and no pressure. With all the ground covered I think I am lucky that is the only minor impediment.
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