Holiday Inn Express Liverpool-Knowsley
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... other two occupants of the room.
To console ourselves a very large cup of tea was in order so we wandered down to the kitchen only to find no cups. Disappointment supreme, we arrived at the lowest point in our holiday when at 9pm on a Saturday night we found ourselves in McDonalds ordering 2 cups of tea with milk. The look of the whippersnapper behind the counter of absolute befuddlement at our order only contributed to me feeling like a martian from outer ...
... find what remains of Cambuskenneth Abbey, where Bruce held his parliament in November 1314 in the wake of Bannockburn. Niall (and Shawn) were there in Book Two, The Minstrel Boy.
We finished the day with a trip to Tesco, stir fried shrimp with garlic, and a bottle of red wine, while listening to a German roommate play Let it Be, having crossed an ocean, laid over in Amsterdam, and walked a good 4 miles or more around Stirling.
Dear all, We have just been to Jamie's for a Scottish night of entertainment and feasting. Acht aye (Yes) we both ate Haggis at the end of the meal. It was quite nice and I ended up finishing Phillips so maybe there isn't any Scot in his blood, and maybe more Irish, or French. Anyway it was great. We had a great time in York, walked the Wall around the York Minster Cathedral ...
... of Scotland, a more traditional gallery with amazing centuries old portraits, landscapes etc, where we wandered around in awe of the size and beauty of the paintings. After that we continued to wander around the shops, heading towards Calton Hill until we discovered some steps leading up to the old Calton Cemetery. According to Chris, it is the most haunted cemetery in Edinburgh (where he got his facts from I have no idea!). We continued on ...
... we stopped for a photo, and we were closer to snow than we have been anywhere else! We came through the Cairnwell Pass, which is the highest mountain pass in Scotland. The roads were steep and lots of twists and turns. It actually has gates at each end to close it in bad weather. Once through the pass, the land gradually became more typical farmland, and changed quite dramatically. We finally crossed the Forth Road Bridge, and ...