Abbeyside Bed & Breakfast
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... to British “Great Houses”, castles
in name and appearance but more appropriately palaces of enormous grandeur. One
of the most fantastic such homes I saw anywhere in Scotland in Floors Castle
near the town of Kelso, home to the Duke of Roxburghe and said to be Britain’s
largest inhabited mansion. It’s fantastic both inside (no pictures allowed) and
out, and although the Duke and his family’s main residential quarters are not
on the ...
... and I think in a moment of red mist I declared that having ones testicles shredded with a cheese grater would be more fun than glass cutting.
Due to the fact that I broke most of the glass that I wanted to use for my design, I ended up using an oddly striped piece of glass in my panel as it was the only piece left unbroken that was big enough for the space I needed to fill. I'm still not sure if it enhances the overall design or not, but ...
... which was what made it so intimate and real. Their marriage ceremony was something they presented to us and included us in as opposed to something that was performed for them or to them. The vows were heartfelt and emotional and those lost in death were remembered in a moment of silence. It was lovely. The meal was superb. The entertainment lively and at times hysterically funny. Their was a choir and a ...
... deep Scottish accent and a penchant for sarcastic humour. In the course of the first 10 mins of opening in came half a dozen men of a certain age who were clearly mates but who would never own up to it. There was no doubt this was the highlight of their week, coming into communion with each other to throw sarcastic jibes at one another and generally be exposed to humiliation. Just like the Icebergers their motto must be ...
... along the river and had lunch before visiting the
abbey and then heading back to Edinburgh. Kelso, is really out in the middle of nowhere, and can only be reached by bus, but at least it could be reached by public transportation...thank you Great Britain :) .
But the countryside was so lovely, I could not complain. The Borders
landscape is quite different from the Highlands. It is still mountainous,