Premier Inn Glasgow (Hamilton)
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... for a while, then reinterred again in a nearby cemetery when the mausoleum started to sink due to nearby mining activity. One thing we really enjoyed at the museum were the displays about lace making. They had in progress lace making so you could see how intricate it was.
... at the time we are in Asia, so waterproofing our kit is very important. Deciding on what footwear to take is still in discussion. We took advice on boots and decided that they would need to be the best of the best. Tiso again were brilliant and even let me change my boots after 2 months trial as I wasn't happy and they weren't that comfortable.
Thanks again to Tiso in Edinburgh.
Our rucksacks were fitted for us by a ...
... for the forthcoming tattoo, that the seats are constructed at a 45 degree angle out over the cliff on two sides. The drop underneath the seating is about 70 metres - certainly not for the faint hearted. Settlement on this high volcanic outcrop dates from pre Roman times as it always provided an ideal defensive position and it always attracted a town population around it who could seek protection behind its defences. You have to ...
... for putting us up for the past 4 months but it is time to get our own place and also be closer to town.
Our next planned adventure is heading to London for the Diamond Jubliee weekend. The Tuesday is a special public holiday here so figure that we should make the most of it.
Looking forward to the family and friends that are heading over in the next few months.
Till next time
... and i shared. Well this course was anything but small (remember, cant see this thing from the highway at all) and it started by having an uphill green from the tee for the 1st 5 holes.....i am fairly confident that we climbed over 500 yards straight up and down from the 1st tee to the middle of the 5th green and when we got there it was an amazing view (first one since the airplane)...anyways, since it was rainy cold and windy there were very few people ...