De Vere Cameron House
Travel Blogs from West Dunbartonshire
Today Nic was sick and I was sad so we stayed around and slept in and had some oat cakes and watched telly. We also planned the next leg of our journey and bought a coach pass. On Monday we will go to Glasgow and experience the city and hopefully the Glaswegian humour I have heard so much about. Tuesday is a travel day, going up The west coast into the highlands and stopping in at Fort William for a couple of hours before we head to Inverness. We will look around Inverness ...
... I'll get at least some information that way, so I'll do that once we're back home again. We had lunch in the Castle and visited their gift shops, then had a drive around Stirling, another ancient town! Tomorrow we're meeting Jane and Tim at the Wallace Monument, to try to find some of the Donaldson history in Stirling, before going to Kincardine. After the Castle we visited McDonald's to post on Facebook and see what others are ...
The site has a washing machine and today is a perfect drying day so we put in a load, peg it out and then we explore the lakeside. I would like to swim and it does look like it might be possible but best to check on safety with the camp warden. It's gone five and the office is closed so will put that on the list for tomorrow! Salad for tea, it may be 7.30pm but it's still jolly hot. And it's still light at 11pm as I drop off to ...
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New Lanark was created as a cotton-spinning village in the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century and was transformed under the management of Robert Owen.
Owen greatly improved the conditions, facilities and services for the workers and their families and this led to many social improvements including progressive education, factory reform, more ...
... and the title of the chapter. As I write this, there is 11 days and 13 hours remaining until we head to Glasgow Airport for our first flight. I promise to try and make the chapter titles more exciting in the future. The 'Sunnymoon' part of the blog title is a clever deviation from the phrase 'Honeymoon'. We figured that as we've spent so much on this trip we probably won't be able to afford to go away after we get married. We might even ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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