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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A travel blog entry by mauveme on Nov 15, 2013

2 comments

... love my accent???? Why???
- Is it wrong when I hear ads on the radio I think of the, "Princess Diaries" series - think about it?...Scottish accent... reporter....

So Oana (refer above) - WE HAVE BEEN TO IKEA!!!!! She has a car so took me there.... purchased a few "necessary things"... soup pot GBP7.50, purple polar-fleece throw GBP3, dark purple soup bowls x4 80p each, I won't go any further...

Unit - have heard I can get cheaper - even in ...

Phuket!

A travel blog entry by bruntonc on Aug 08, 2013

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... of bars, however it is full of ping pong shows, poles and sleazy bars. So we left there swiftly and found a night food market - street food!! Hot curries, insects to fried birds!! However we all found something we liked for a fraction of the price of restaurants!! Last night the girls went to the cinema whilst the boys went to a mai Thai boxing ...

Last Days in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on Apr 05, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... overcrowded parts of the city (Glasgow is still one of the most unhealthy cities in the world because of the dampness of many of its buildings) to provide a place of culture to locals. It is now a treasure of Glasgow’s social history, cataloging experiences that range from living in the overcrowded flats, to visiting the famous dance halls where dance cards and wall flowers originated, to recreating the conditions of overpopulated prisons that led to ...

Royal Edinburgh Diamond Jubilee Military Tattoo

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Aug 06, 2012

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... restaurants along the street, churches and cathedrals, small hidden closes (little streets that end in a courtyard of some sort usually) and mews (kind of the same), and bars, and today, buskers as well!!! Exciting.

We walk out through the people watching the Olympics. They are sitting on low folding picnic chairs and there are a bunch of beanbags in front for the kids. We head up to the crosswalk and turn down ...

Edinburgh – City of Castles and Cuisine.

A travel blog entry by whatwouldjohdo on Oct 21, 2011

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... 8217;s dog. For this reason I personally renamed it the “lunchtime gun". For no sooner would it sound then we would realise our need to stop for lunch. For those of you who have not yet experienced hungry Cassandra, it is an experience you don’t really need to have firsthand.

For those of you who aren’t really into the old city, never fear, there is also a ‘new city’ (post 18th century). The new city has all the ...