New Lanark Mill Hotel
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- Business center
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... like we were back in the 1700's. The first night we got settled in, walked a few blocks around the city, and experienced grocery shopping in Edinburgh. We had dinner at Revolution, which was right next door, and then called it a night. I also got this sad picture of my Oster while at dinner. Wishing she was here with me! Although Hawaii isn't a bad choice either...
The neighbors had a fun ...
... and an interesting history. The name Grass road was derived from the fields being the location of the early markets before the buildings were built. Here is the best place to find that ultra-rare tartan of your family's ancestral clan or the ideal complete authentic kilt outfit for a reasonable price to dawn on your next Scottish evening. This district is the souvenir shopper's dream for authentic items best representing this beautiful country and city.
... I now know what's under there!! Was a great night, at times nostalgic and a bit teary, took me back to Sunday afternoons sharing a wee dram with Sam and him breaking into song, have to admit to a tear, it was so beautiful. Brilliant fiddle player from the Shetland Islands, and the piping in of the haggis, that took me back, and YES, I did eat haggis, photo attached,not a very good one but I will attach.
have not seen much of Edinburgh as yet, looked pretty spectacular when ...
... the next, they lost me. All I could visualise was, these so called honoured guests just sitting down and pushing some of the cutlery around a bit . Enough to make you lose it after all that effort. The visual images made me smile. We stopped our tour half way through to take refreshments on the yacht, nice hot coffee. 2 hours later we caught the number 22 bus into the city and hopped off in the city centre. We decided just to walk around today and ...