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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... consecrated in 1197, and have been an active place of worship for over 800 years. Although not all the stained glass windows are old, it has one of the finest collections of stained glass windows to be found in the UK. The church is Crown property and is cared for by Historic Scotland. ...
... we checked in and had our bags placed in storage. After waiting for Butch and Linda to arrive at 9:15, we told them we were going out to explore the city and if Butch still wanted to visit Paisley from where our ancestor, Alexander Rowand immigrated, I would be back between 1:30 & 2:00. The city was abuzz as it is hosting the 20th Commonwealth Games. Signs are all over, and multiple venues were pointed out to us by our ...
... a sundae.
Then it was time for Anne to take the train back to wherever she was from.
I walked her past a really good musician and dropped her off.
Because I wanted to stay there, I went back out and listened to the guy with the guitar again.
I don’t think I have heard a voice so smooth before! It honestly sounded like liquid gold…I didn’t even know voices could sound like that!
I went up to him afterwards ...
... Needless to say, I froze my butt off.
After several hours of walking and hot beverages, we decided to go check out the Necropolis. The Necropolis is one of the most beautiful things I have seen since being abroad. It is an old cemetery that sits on top of a hill overlooking the city. There are different levels in the Necropolis, so we had to take a path that was carved into the hill. There were tombstones that line the pathway all the way to the top. ...
... for their land and their people. The passion in their hearts is something I admire greatly. I think that, as much as I love the scenery here, it's the people that make it such a great country. I have loved Scotland every visit and this one was definitely no different. I'll be back many times in my life...you can count on that!! So it's with a touch if sadness that I leave my friends, old and new, and this great country. But I'm off back to London, which, as you know, always makes me ...