Duchally Country Estate
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... brand spanking new modern design. Didn't see much other than a short exhibition and the parliament too itself (no tours today, but could look from the visitors gallery). Interesting.... - Moving slowly back up, dropped in to St Giles' Cathedral. Nothing really significantly different to the others I have been to. Same adjectives can apply: impressive, solemn, fascinating. That may sound like a copout as it was still a lovely place ...
... at 4.10. We figured out quickly that “free” came with a price. I felt that the comedian deserved a bit of heckling which I was more than happy to provide. He said, “Leave it for me to get heckled by the only man from my home state.”
After a mediocre show and a few decent laughs we ventured forth towards the old town center where we were greeted by a lovely square of different shops and cafes. We formed a plan as we spotted a few ladies having ...
... a minute to spare! If anyone ends to iMessage or call me my UK number is. 44 7432 875614! Kind of kidding.. But seriously that's the #! Our afternoon was a trip to gilmerton cove It is a small cabin type building that we actually passed twice with the coach since it was so hard to see! It is a series of underground tunnels and rooms that a man claims he carved himself in the 1700s. Apparently it would have ...
... Loch. The ruined St Anthony's Chapel stands above St Margaret's Loch.
Situated at the foot of Edinburgh’s spectacular Salisbury Crags, Our Dynamic Earth invites you on a journey back through space and time 15,000 million years ago. It is an amazing place to visit and learn loads about the planet and humanity.
Oor Wullie is a Scottish comic strip that started in 1936 in the Sunday Post for those of you that have never heard of ...
... sheep and green as far as the eye can see. At the Stirling station we were meet by Margaret and Jimmy. Margaret had reached out to me via email while doing family tree research. Her husband Jimmy is my Dad's cousin. My father didn't know he had any family on his Mom's side so all this has come as a surprise. After a brief car tour of Stirling castle, bridge and Wallace monument (note to all you Braveheart fans!) we went back to their house in Alloa; ...