New Lanark Mill Hotel
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... to the starting point, the total trip taking a bit over an hour. The icicle sitting next to me was blowing in his hands and trying to crawl inside his hat but I just closed my eyes and listened to the wind, the birds and the creaking of the boat.
We chatted with the Captain after mooring and he explained that all Winter they do maintenance on the boats, (we had commented on how good a 1938 boat was looking>. ...
... messages about having ...
... awoke about an hour before touching down at Heathrow. Through customs and good byes and I was off to another terminal where I would be taking a short flight to Glasgow.
Once in Glasgow I was met by the Scot at the airport. Good ton see him. Smiles.
We went to his house and had a wee chat with his mom before cruising around Glasgow, stopping for a curry and the having some beers at his friends house. At around 10pm I could barley keep my eyes ...
... Edinburgh - hip, ancient and touristy all in one. It was the perfect city just to wander around and lose yourself in narrow lane ways, graveyards and tourist shops. It's similar to London, just smaller and with buses instead of the tube. We of course did the obligatory Edinburgh castle, perched atop a rocky crag, looming over the city. The seat of power for the Stewart royal family, it was not their favourite place due to the biting winds that ...
... she used them from 1561 - 1567. James VI lived at Holyrood from age 13 until he was also crowned James I of England and moved to London in 1607. Thereafter, kings continued to use Holyrood as the official residence in Scotland until Scotland and England were united in 1701. After that it was put to other uses and frequently went through periods of neglect.
The earliest buildings on the grounds are those ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility