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You, too, can experience witnessing the work environment & living conditions of your ancestors thus receiving a greater appreciation of the kind of existence these hardy souls endured and also gain a better understanding of the appeal of emigrating to better climes.TOUR SUMMARY: Fly to Edinburgh Scotland Airport where a deluxe charter bus takes you in comfort to key early Scottish, Welsh, & English sites – Edinburgh, Stirling, Glasgow, Alloway, Carlisle, Hadrian’s Wall, Preston, Liverpool, Llandudno, Llanfairpwllgwyngllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Caernarfon, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Porthmadog, Aberystwyth, Carmarthen, Laughrne, Kidwelly, Llanelli, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Gadfield Elm Chapel, Benbow Hill Farm, Blaenavon and others.Tour ends in London Heathrow for flights home – Capital of Scotland and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.Enjoy Edinburgh Castle the birthplace of King James I of England (he was also King James VI of Scotland) who authorized what is now known as the King James Version of the Bible. Margaret’s Chapel survived every military demolition and after 900 years it is still in use.Walk the “Royal Mile” with stops at The Lady Stair Close, Gladstone’s Land, St.Giles, Parliament Square, 17th-century Tron Kirk, & House of John Knox. Stirling Castle dating from the end of the Middle Ages, towers above some of the most important battlefields in Scotland’s history during the Scottish struggle against domination by the English.Take a delightful journey through incredibly beautiful countryside–not accessible by car or coach–on the authentic narrow-gauge railway down to the town of Porthmadog.University Town & amazing visit to National Library of Wales where a special display of 19th century Welsh Mormon publications will be arranged for viewing.
Learn about 19th-Century British Mormon history and the challenges the early converts faced.
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Ron is Professor Emeritus of Portuguese and Welsh at Brigham Young University, and author of twelve books and numerous papers/publications on Welsh Mormon History.
Mary Queen of Scots spent her childhood here and her coronation was held at this castle.
Enjoy a delightful, locally guided tour of Glasgow then on to Alloway, Ayrshire the birthplace of famous Scottish Poet, Robert Burns.
Very prominent area for early LDS missionary work: it was the headquarters for the Church for 59 years, the place for all Church printing, home of the docks where the Apostles arrived in England, and from where early convert Saints sailed for Zion.