I met this kind man in front of this “kilt” store. He told me a little bit about the kilt garments and why we shouldn’t call it skit.
A sign posted next to the bell encourages passengers to throw in coins , it reads: "Throw a penny, hit the bell, make a wish only time will tell."🪙
Well , Greenock is a one-street-only place. No , I’m not kiddin’. You’ll find small stores and a shopping gallery at the very end of the city.
The weather is generally really cold.
You’ll find distinguished people graves. The burial ground was opened in 1718, and is the resting place of several notable Scots, including philosopher David Hume, scientist John Playfair, rival publishers William Blackwood and Archibald Constable, and clergyman Dr Robert Candlish. It is also the site of the Political Martyrs' Monument, an obelisk erected to the memory of a number of political reformers, and Scotland's
This cafe has the best homemade food in town and it’s right in front of the St Magnus Cathedral. However , it is a shared cafe , which means you help your self to anything you want and sometimes the food is over really fast.
St Magnus is a 883-year-old church. Founded in 1137.