New Lanark Mill Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business center
- High-speed internet in room
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... for all the town workers. He felt all people should have education, clean housing and safe working conditions. If these needs are met workers will provide good and productive work and participate in furthering their lives and character.
It became the first "utopian society" that many current practices are based upon.
Now to the airport for our ride back to ...
... and they were fantastic, especially when they danced Ganman style and did the haka. They were followed by the Lochiel marching team - who were also very good and did a combination with the army band as well. The tattoo went for 1.5hrs and after that we took a taxi back to J and J arriving at 12.30am to find a party with the neighbours going full strength for JIm's birthday. I went to bed at 1.30 after falling asleep
In the chair with the rest of them going to bed at 2.45am. A great ...
... Some areas need better care, but overall I loved its narrow alleyways and small parks. It doesn't go easy on your legs though, a lot of hills and stairs, very much alike Lisbon in this aspect.
On my first night I made friends with a really cool Frenchmen called Christophe. He was just staying on the hostel for one night as he was going on a fishing trip with his father on the ...
... It took longer than we though to get there because the fringe festival was taking over the city. Everywhere we looked there were street performers and people handing out flyers to come and see there show. It was too much to take in but at the same time great to whiteness it. When we finally got to the box-office to get the tickets we managed to get away with students which saved us a few quid each.
After purchasing the tickets we wondered back up towards ...
No trip to Edinburgh is complete without a visit to Edinburgh Castle. We begun our trip of the Castle with a guided tour. The Scottish guide was at times hard to understand but it was a great way to get an overview of the history of the Castle. It is a beautiful castle on the hilltop in Edinburgh. The view of the city was beautiful. It wasn't hard to picture what it must have been like in the 1500s, watching for possible invasions. It was at ...