BEST WESTERN Balgeddie House Hotel
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... when we boarded but I explained I was used to bossy women who changed their minds..... We travelled around to the Museum of Transport and Travel on the Clyde. Neil informed us that all council run museums in Glasgow are free to enter, so checked it out. Really impressive, lots of old and classic bikes, cars, pushbikes, boats and other displays worth checking out. Walked thru rain back to the bus stop, managed to get a seat and travelled to what we thought was the shopping ...
... of the world’s most important bird sanctuaries. Before the birds got to it though, it was a site for an ancient hermitage, a lighthouse, a castle, and a prison. Its location at the mouth of the Firth of Forth made it a convenient jumping off spot for fugitives of the various interclan skirmishes. Yes, we are back to the turbulent nature of Scottish politics. Incredibly, like a lot of land ownership in Scotland, the rock is owned by the ...
"When I looked out in the morning, it is as if I had waked in Utopia."
- George Elliot (1818-1890)
After a quick workout at the hotel gym, we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast, Dad went to pick up Grandma and Grandpa, and we all met up at the Radisson. We decided to spend the day visiting all the sites along the Royal Mile, starting with the Edinburgh Castle. Mom went with Grandma and Grandpa ...
... destroy them....how the crown/sceptre and sword were locked in a large wooden chest for 111 years ( for save keeping) and eventually Sir Walter Scott got permission to go looking for them in the Royal Strongroom.....and sure enough....when they opened the chest 111years later there they still were....we also saw the "Stone of Destiny"....which just looks like a square slab of sandstone....but Scotish Kings and Queens have sat upon the stone ...
After 3 loads of washing and hoping that it would dry, as the sun was shining but still chilly, Maureen and I headed into Edinburgh. Finding me some gloves and a nice warm scarf plus my jacket we were ready for the elements. We took a good ole Hop On - Hop Off bus and got the speil about the various sights around the city. Saw the Edinburgh Castle from many angles. Quite a sight to see. They were taking down all the seating that was ...