The Firs

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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Martial Arts Overview

A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Sep 27, 13

... else - help you develop self control. Once you begin to study a martial art, you'll quickly start to develop a much better state of mind. No matter what style of martial art you study, the instructors will drill self control into your head.

Those of you who have a bad temper or just need to learn self control, martial arts can be very beneficial to study. Not only will you learn self control, you'll also learn how to ...

Edinburgh, Scotland

A travel blog entry by thewrens on Jul 19, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... so it made picture taking easy. Next, we stopped at the William Wallace statue for photos. Our next stop was to the village of Melrose where we toured the Melrose Abbey. Supposedly, the heart of Robert the Bruce was buried in the Abbey invoking numerous versions of Tony Bennett singing, "I left my heat in Melrose Abbey...". We then had time to walk around the center of the village and stop for a bite to eat. Our last stop of the day was at the ...

EXTRA!! Puff the M. D. and Co. Escpe Chldhood P.II

A travel blog entry by lilyface on Jan 22, 2013

24 photos

... The wind wasn't blowing too strongly, and it was so silent, and it just drifted in the sky and onto the ground and stuck to every bit of my coat and my hat and landed on my tongue, and covered the trees and the meadows and the deserted streets and the old stone buildings and literally everything in sight. This incredible, beautiful, storybook city, with its tree lined lanes and its gothic buildings and its medieval castles and its open fields, overcome entirely by a ...

Edinburgh - Georgie, Porgie, Puddin', and Pie

A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Jun 10, 2012

40 photos

... because three very rude people who had "hopped on" right before we got there were talking the entire time the guide was explaining what was what. What I do remember, though, is that the New Town was built to alleviate the overcrowding of Old Town, and it is easy to see why. The streets are narrower and the buildings are more crowded together. One interesting fact was that due to the overcrowding, Old ...

Our first tattoo

A travel blog entry by euroknickknucks on Aug 22, 2011

5 photos

... a bass drummer who should be slightly out of step given the number of drinks he had... ;-)

I've often thought you can tell the difference between a good and a great night by how time passes. From the time we took our seats to the final walk back down the mile was almost 2 1/4 hours but it felt like it had slipped by in about half an hour!! I was completely devo when they announced that we were coming to a close. Fortunately that took ...