Robert Burns Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... over the top and ice cream- and it was delicious!! Yes the weather was not the best but I did get to see a little bit of snow, we braved the elements and still had a great day. The time in Scotland has been fantastic and to be in he home with a family that treat you as family is very special and for that I am truly blessed. We still have a few more days ahead so I look forward to seeing what they will ...
Total mileage: 54
Total actual cycling time: 4 hours 53 minutes
We took the advice from our host and altered our morning route to follow a main road into Selkirk and Galashiels that would be quiet. We had a quick cake stop in Galashiels where we got talking to a dear old lady who gave us a pound to add to our fund raising. Of course, talk turned to the referendum but it was good to see there were no hard feelings to us English!
The days journey ...
... the artic circle (we never realised that). Sal made a new friend who couldn't peak english (we called her Grandma), was bloody funny to watch. An hour wait with a hold-up in London, then through to Edinburgh.
Thanks for all the great wishes for my birthday, we worked out I had 31 hours in my day.
We will get a few photos loaded tomorrow.
Staying Lauderville B&B - very clean
... Castle", on the top of a hill, half carved into the rock, a little village inside a delightful castle. The paths are all cobbled, and all the buildings have been restored beautifully. It's home to Scotland's Crown Jewels, the National War Memorial which is done so beautifully and tasteful, also still has a canon that fires daily at 1pm to confirm the time. There was an eerie section called the Argyll Tower that made both Marcus and I shiver, we moved on very quickly. ...
... clearly marked.
Continuing through the streets we passed the homes of the first James Bond, Sean Connery, and the quaint Scottish pub where the author of Jekyll and Hyde lived, wrote his comics, and died. A truly cosmopolitan city, Edinburgh didn't disappoint with its interesting pop culture historic landmarks. We even were shown the coffee house where J.K. Rowling penned her first Harry Potter novel!
Later in the evening, I met with my ...