The Olde Ship Inn
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We stuck to one thing today: looking for the site where James Douglas fought the Battle of Skaithmuir on February 14, 1316. There are a few clues left in old writings, which have been passed on by David R. Ross, the author of the best book I know (there apparently aren't many to choose from) on James Douglas. Between those clues, his own picture of the location he believes it took place, and our GPS directing us to "Skaithmuir Toll," we set off.
The Battle ...
... chances of getting Ethan up there immediately afterwards. 1 WTC is the tallest building in the Western hemisphere, mainly due to its mast and the observation decks are at floors 100 to 102. It takes very fast lifts sixty seconds to get up there. The views are truly spectacular - exactly as you would expect and because of its location, you get to see most of Manhattan laid out before you. Back on the ground, the memorial pools made on the ...
... fireplace where a scandalous secret about the host was made known . The dinning room still beautifully set out for dinner.with an invitation on Lady Mary's place. And name A really good experience . I Then off to the Bailiffgate Museum in the old Catholic Church just down the road . A good history of the area BUT best of all a member arrived and asked about the ancestors and said "I am sure I know that name " and agreed to email me. He did so before we arrived back here in ...
We woke to sunshine creeping through the curtains and were soon up on the mezzanine eating a full English (actually full Scottish with haggis, black pudding and flat bread) Afterwards we headed off towards holy island - the tide was out as we approached (good !!) and we found ourselves in the car park paying £2.40 for 3 hours, then we noticed the tide times and the last safe ...
... I had read about as typically Scottish but had not
yet seen in any restaurants, so I decided to make it my lunch stop oce my full
British breakfast was mostly digested. Kedjeree is a casserole like dish with
smoked haddock, rice, hard-boiled egg, and cheese and turned out to be
absolutely delicious. Why do good things always come in such small quantities?
I was going to take in Mellerstain House, another one of the
great estates in the area designed by Robert Adam, ...