New Lanark Mill Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... minutes Phil was silenced with monosyllabic replies and my movie headphones. As an added bonus, he commenced to cough...for 9 hours!!, I discovered that an eye mask can double as a face mask & I settled into the new Die Hard movie, wishing one or seventy of Bruce Willis' bullets would ricochet from the screen and put Phil out of his misery. Had a long layover in Hong Kong and hung about like a toff in the flight lounge...nice food and shower...refreshed for the ...
... room and learnt that it was here that Mary Queen Of Scots gave birth to JamesVI of Scotland and then when Elizabeth I died childless in 1603 this child became James I, king of the united Kingdoms of England and Scotland....so I suppose Mary Queen of Scots had the last laugh when her son was on the throne....it was amazing to be in the room of his birth. Spent half a day exploring the Royal Yatch Britannia.....they had a crew of over 220 ...
... like a narrow lane. In this case, whole lanes had been built upon, essentially closed off and buried for nearly 400 years and are now accessible to be toured to see what life had been like in 16th and 17th century Edinburgh. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed, but let me tell you this, we are sooooo lucky to be living in the times that we are now. what with witch hunts, tiny dark stone houses, dying from the plagues, religious persecution, ...