New Lanark Mill Hotel
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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
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Another short stay - this time at New Lanark World Heritage Site. Once a self-contained cotton mill village, it is now a large hotel with some self-catering water houses. The mill is still operational, and even though it's been forever since I knit anything, I came home with several skeins of Scottish wool yarn and hope to re-learn!
Finally time to say goodbye officially to the Scottish
Highlands. My plan for my last three days in Scotland was to check out New
Lanark and a number of sights in the Borders Country before dropping my rental
car off in Edinburgh, spending a night there, and taking the bus/ferry from
Scotland to Ireland.
I didn’t have much of an agenda for the day other than to
see New Lanark where I was booked in a hostel for ...
... told students that we didn't have to do the landing cards on the plane. This left 40 of us tripping over one another at a little counter in Heathrow trying to complete them before the customs gate. We managed to complete them all and got our group through, officially admitting us to Great Britain. The next step was to go through security to get ready for our London to Edinburgh flight. Here, some of our students got their first taste of getting searched. At least four in our group ...
... a coffee, I had a small carvery meal that was lovely and great value.
We hit the road after GG spent some time looking for his little bag with change, SD cards etc. in it, fortunately he found it or we'd have had to return to the YHA and turn the place upside down. GG's excellent navigation saw us only go the wrong way once and eventually we found the back road he wanted to travel, playing dodgems with the ...
... week filled with such high quality performances. We were pleased to see a wide range of shows while still getting a good insight into Scotland's rich history. That night we caught the train to Glasgow and were surprised it only took 45 minutes. Once there we checked into Ibis budget and grabbed some dinner from 'Burger King'. Kev had a good laugh watching Tom wait over 20 minutes for his meal because they forgot to make it but after Tom complained he got it for free so he ...