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... Excellent! Returning to town I decided to visit the Provands House. I believe it to be the oldest surviving place in Glasgow (built in 1400s) where the Provands would live (like the governor of the city). Luckily this time I checked before I walked, as its closed every Monday! So was the Hunterian Museum which was also worth a look... Now I really like this place...it's very pretty, nice river, people at shops are friendly and great mix of old and new. ...
... castle could rule the entire valley. They have other exhibits as well including people who were found buried there, how the palace was built, and the coronation of King James VI.
This castle will take you about 1/2 a day to tour after which and with the same ticket you can go down the street and tour the Argyll's Lodging house. This house grew as the importance of Stirling grew. First owned by a wealthy merchant in the mid 1500's it was purchased by Sir William Alexander in ...
... back to their field. My purchases are augmented with the gift of some new laid eggs and unwanted pieces of lamb shank. I promise to bring back some soup made from the latter and eventually the pork, lamb and eggs make their way to my car accompanied by a discussion on soup recipes.
A final stop for dry goods at Waitrose with its waterside car park and spectacular views finishes my afternoon's shopping. I have rarely enjoyed one so much.
... Jude courageously fought cancer but unfortunately lost her battle. She was a loved wife, mother, grandmother and friend of the Stevenson and Loader families. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone back home - we will miss you Jude.
Brendan and Lauren xx
We decided to slow down the pace today after a busy couple of touristy weeks. The Scottish weather was being kind to us and we were staying in our best ...
... in 1719, he managed to escape capture on various occasions until in 1725 he was captured by General Wade and imprisoned in the famous Newgate Prison in London. Rob was sentenced to transportation to Barbados but before he was due to be deported he received a pardon from King George 1st and returned home to his family in 1727.
Rob was to live out his life with his family in relative tranquillity, changing his religion from Protestant ...