Redshill Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation

The Old Farmhouse, Redshill Farm, Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland, EH41 4JN, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Gifford

Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by rowandmeags

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... was taking place around us. First, we went up to the Ancient agora. It was quite well restored on the outside however there didn't seem to be much left inside. There were lots of marble stones scattered around, statues of people that all had there heads chopped off and other interesting rock formations. We didn't do a tour , we just explored ourselves and put the pieces together as we went. A short stroll from there and we were at the entrance point to ...

Learning From the Locals

A travel blog entry by levi.w.francis

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... he said everyone would cry while standing up and applauding at the end of the movie! He said is brought about unparalleled Scottish pride.

-The news in the United States is reported and paid attention to in Europe, maybe more so than the reverse situation. The Boston Bombings was huge news for them just as it obviously was for us.

-Europe has a much higher income tax than the US, but they are provided with free health care and other governmental ...

Easter Weekend in Scotland

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi

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... the scenic site captured in Chariots of Fire, the movie about 2 British runners in the 1924 Olympics. We can almost hear its rousing theme song as we gaze down on the beach from a viewing perch on the museum observatory dedicated to the history of St. Andrew’s University. An interesting note about the current day St. Andrew’s, shared with me on my professional visit to U Edinburgh, is that of the 8000 students, nearly 25% are American. ...

Living life in the Burgh

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie

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... br>
Another super Scottish thing to do is to celebrate Burns night. This is a night in which is named after Robert Burns who is a pretty famous poet here and in fact wrote Auld Lang Syne. Anyway, the way the festivities go is you eat Haggis, with 'neeps' (turnips) and tatties (potato). But before you eat the Haggis you light it on fire (in our case, with whisky) and then you read Burns' 'Ode to the Haggis' (Great Chieftan of the Pudding Race!) and stab the Haggis. ...

Why did I come home??

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

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... my way passed them with all my boxes etc. By the time I got to my bike all the cars were just about off the ship and i was last off. Of course being last off meant being last in the queue for passport control and so it was a long wait out of the docks.
Finally I escaped and started making my way up the road. I decided as it was such a sunny day I would go cross country and keep away from the busy roads. I only had about 50 or so miles fuel left in my tank but thought I would ...

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This 4 star B&B, located on The Old Farmhouse, Redshill Farm, Gifford, is near Nungate Bridge.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding