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... minute, rather pale sign for the Caravan Club which I missed. I didn't want to drive my large van onto the university campus so rejected that road several times After a few three point turns - not easy in a large vehicle and a couple of dead ends I finally found the site which is right beside the river and fairly near to the town centre. It is an ideal site for me because I can walk into the town in less than 15mns and from there catch buses or trains to ...
... the coast. When we got back in Edinburgh we had a bite to eat and made our way to the castle, ready for the Tattoo. The Tattoo starts at 9pm with a fly over of two Vulcan bombers and then the entrance of the mass pipes and drums. It was pretty stirring and it was quite emotional thinking of my dad, a proud Scotsman. The Tattoo lasted for about two hours with the finale being a lone piper playing up high on the castle ramparts and then a fireworks display. I've put ...
... 8217;s really confusing). They are arguing that they want their own national identity and are frustrated with having to answer to England all the time, that doesn’t always have their best interest at heart. They want to vote for their own government, lower business taxes, reform the tax system altogether as well as the welfare system, and have a sense of independent national pride and identity. They also argue that they will be fine ...
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This arvo we walked around the city centre. Many of Glasgow's buildings look neglected shadows of what they once were which is very sad, but then there are spectacular old buildings which are well kept, and recent buildings which really stand out for their architecture.
We then went to the Glasgow necropolis, a house built in the 1400s that Mary Queen of Scots lived in, and the Kelvingrove Museum - ...
... home with a yard, we wander through the camp ground saying “Oh, I like that one, it is tall and still only has two poles”. We are aware that a Mansion Motor-home is beyond our means, but it’s still nice to see such luxury. While they have their own water supply, electricity and a chemical toilet out the side, our latest luxury item is our three pronged foot high stools. Now we can both sit up and put our boots on. We have gone from privately reviewing coffee ...