Brisbane House Hotel
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... was getting through. After a lovely hot shower, we headed to the bus stop laden down with all our gear and a guitar. We were headed for Mount Stuart. UB was treating us all to a guided tour of this amazing house. It's where Stella McCartney and one of the boys from JLS got married. Not to each other. After the house we got the ferry across to Wemyss Bay where we got our final bus of the day back to Largs. We were expecting Caroline over for dinner between 6pm and ...
... old and the exhibits are well set out. This museum won the European Museum of the Year for 2013 which, considering all the museums throughout Europe, is quite an achievement.
Adjacent to the museum building and moored on the bank of the River Clyde is a tall ship, the barque, "Glenlee". This ship was built in Glasgow in 1896 and first used as a cargo vessel. It finished its sea-going life in 1981 as a training vessel.
... people's questions, and sharing lots of interesting things about the customs, symbolism etc of the time. Scott cheekily enquired about his cod piece and was treated to a 15 minute treatise on cod pieces. I'm sad to have missed it. Julia and Xavier enjoyed dressing up in clothes from the period, and Julia took a special interest in photographing all the images of unicorns she could find throughout the palace, and there were many, since the unicorn has special ...
... able to use the other features of the iPhone. I wasn't up for hanging around on the steps of the Apple Store any longer, sink figured the next day I'd track down some wifi to finish the process. Spent he rest of Monday in a bar called Del's, which was rather dead, watching some Olympic coverage on my own. Back at the hostel I chat with a few of my dormmates, a fellow Canadian and a father and son from Georgia who had recently hiked Hadrian's Wall. Yesterday morning, ...
... nice it was. Although only small in size it had three levels and I imagine would have been quite comfortable.
After some issues with the sat nav we took the scenic route back to the Hotel before we cleaned ourselves up and set off to cousin Elizabeth's for dinner. Another wonderful night with all the relatives back together. More great food, more stories, more laughs and great memories. And I have to thank my cousin for ...