BEST WESTERN Garfield House Hotel
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... could only have 16 guests as it is very small. Another small room is where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to her son James. She chose this tiny room because she only wanted people with her that she could trust... which wasn't very many in fact as history recalls Mary had only two people helping her. We also saw the Crown Jewels of Scotland. After that we had the afternoon to look around Edinburgh and then we walked the Royal Mile from Edinburgh Castle to the Queens current ...
... lack of staff so had to wait for the 10.25am. Took a tour on the HoHo bus in Glasgow. Got off the second time round at the oldest house in Glasgow but went into the Glasgow Cathedral first. You should see the size of this place it is enormous. Not only on the ground floor but it has a basement just as big really worth the visit the stained glass is amazing. Went into the oldest house and again this was very good and a lot bigger than it looks all 3 floors of it and a great ...
... we decend to lower parts of Scotland, the hills are covered in snow , mist and low cloud like something out of the Rob Roy movie.
Arrive at Loch Lomond where we board a launch for an hour cruise down the Loch.
We board the coach and head for Glasgow where we visit an ancient 13th century Cathedral, George Square and 19th Century Necropolis before continuing on to our next hotel, The Westerwood Cumbernauld ...
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# of trains: 131
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 25
# of taxis: 2
... quality of having been laboriously carved by some burly soldier, tongue between his teeth, who has been nominated for this important job by his mates on the basis of being able to do nice drawings on the backs of the Roman equivalent of cigarette packs.
There are also some interesting other little artefacts such as lovely sandals and glassware. A cluster of huge iron nails was recovered from where they had been buried to prevent the barbarians from turning them ...