The Firs

Address: Manorhill Road, Selkirk, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on Manorhill Road, Selkirk, is near Abbotsford House.
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Travel Blogs from Selkirk

Falkirk Wheel and Kelpies

A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 16, 2014

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A.Dot loaned us her car for this next adventure. Headed out the M9 to Falkirk and after a few navigational fails we found our way to the Falkirk Wheel. I spent some time trying to explain to the Kiwi Bride how this works, but only once she travelled thru it did she understand. The clever Scots used a number of principles to be able to raise or lower barges 32 metres, to connect the Forth and Clyde and Union canals. Archimedes' principle - ... the upward buoyant force that is ...

Fringe fest fun

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 06, 2013

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... for a weekend. We saw a man named Doc Brown who was very good. Basically a rapper turned comedian, he told a cool story busting out in his own comical raps every few minutes. It was a nice change to a lot of stuff we'd seen. We also got some very high profiled Adam Hill tickets from Liz as she couldn't make it. Tickets for this show had been sold out for weeks in one of the larger venues so we expected amazing things. It was all right. I think a show very much practised ...

Day Three in Edinburgh -- Slower Paced but nice !

A travel blog entry by devey6 on Jun 27, 2013

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... overly looks the very busy city of Edinburgh and still houses some of the military. It is much more commercial and portions are much newer then Alnwick castle. It feels much more like a museum than I expected it. Still -- amazing to get try to put yourself in the shoes of those who lived near the castle and depended on it to keep them safe from the English.

One cool note -- day the "O'clock gun" (really a WWII ...

Sightseeing outside of Edinburgh by JJ

A travel blog entry by westsgoabroad on Jan 01, 2013

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Today we have another guest blogger, JJ will tell the tales of our day today.

Today was a slow start; some of us had headaches, others were sleep deprived, yet we all ended up at breakfast where eggs, sausage, bacon and potato pancakes were consumed.

We, well I say we but really I mean me, had decided long ago that today we were going to Stirling Castle to learn more about Scottish history and so I could ...

Edinburgh - Scotland

A travel blog entry by sophiepatterson on Jun 20, 2012

4 comments, 14 photos

... and climbed a mountain in what seemed like a hurricane. Only logical thing to do I think.. Arthur's Seat was such a pretty spot and even though we only trekked maybe 200 meters up due to the fact that we couldn't see anymore through the cloud, it was well worth being completely drenched. Next day was much more enjoyable and it barely rained, so we took advantage and climbed two huge monuments - Scots Monument and ...