BEST WESTERN Argyll Hotel Dunoon
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A day in the rain in Dunoon!
I'll be coming home saying "aye" being around my family for 3 days.
A day spent visiting my Aunty Jean, getting lots of old stories and looking at old photos.
We did manage a walk down the main street of Dunoon but only a hardware store ...
... what we wanted so we got up and left and carried on along the street and ended up in 1780. They had fish - and that's what we all had and it was absolutely scrumptious.
One of the waitresses was an Aussie girl from Port Lincoln. But what was funny was that she had only heard me speak and asked if we were Australian. Bet that surprises all my Aussie friends who always say how Scottish I sound. Funny thing is that everyone in Scotland ...
... the Atelier Publique. An entire floor of the museum was set aside for members of the public to make their own art, with supplies that the museum provides. This is an absolutely brilliant idea. Modern art is supposed to be about democratizing the art world, and taking it out of the hands of the bourgeoisie who dominated it for so long. Yet in many ways modern art remains an elitist undertaking. By placing art made by the public in the gallery, the museum truly opened up the art world to ...
... of Robert de Bruce VIII, King of Scotland (1274-1329). In addition to this line, I can also reach Scottish lines through the Lee family of Eleanor Lee (1710-1759) who married Benjamin Fendall I (1708-1764), and were the parents of the John Fendall mentioned above. This line also travels back to Robert de Bruce and that of his rival the Comyn family, and many of the other Kings of Scotland such as William “the Lion” (1143-1214), Donald Bane III ...
... girl after 5 days and the little boy, Adam after a few months from measles and whooping cough.
For Mum and Enid I can now provide the details of what happened to their Uncle Neil McFadyen. He married in Glasgow at the age of 41. Agnes McIntyre his first wife was 43. She was a widow. Neil was a fruiterer’s despatch clerk and her father, James McIntyre was a fruiterer. Her mother was ...