Mercure Ayr Hotel
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... of the name "The Clink" are uncertain, but it is possibly derives from the sound of striking metal as the prison's doors were bolted, or the rattling of the chains the prisoners wore.The name has become slang as a generic term for prison cell.
A description of the Bedlam Ayslum by a Victorian ...
... neck of the woods so we offered to share, and of course, found ourselves enjoying the company of convivial and pleasant people with excellent conversational skills for a few minutes. How we will miss this when we are back in keep-your-distance, out-of-my-way, I'm-more-important-than-you Sydney!
The main reason for visiting the Science Centre was to see St Andrews University's mmWave radar exhibit up and working; sadly several bits of it ...
... Kerry with its expansive views, rolling mountains, and untamed vegetation before driving into Blantyre- a glum, boring city- with the intention of catching the train into Glasgow in the morning.
Pulling up on the side of a road close by the train station in front of a line of houses and upon a strangely active street where cars whizz by much faster than the 20 miles an hour that they're supposed to, we bedded for the night.
We left for Glasgow at ...
This trip has taken considerable time to plan as Kenny has done it from various guide books, and the internet. There are hundreds - if not thousands - of hours of research, checking, reading, planning, double checking, pricing and finally booking to get to this point.
The flights are with the Star Alliance as we booked our tickets using both sets of British Midland Diamond Club reward ...
... continued well into the twentieth century" (Glasgow Green pamphlet).
From 1814 until 1865, it was also the site where public executions were held. "Sixty-seven men and four women died, "facing the monument", (The person(s) who were to be executed would face towards the Green, and the last thing they would see was Nelson's Monument.), among them twenty-one murderers." In those days, you could be hanged for being a thief, or ...