Wedderburn Castle

Address: Duns, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | Castle
 
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This castle, located in Duns, is near Manderston.
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Travel Blogs from Duns

From northwest to southeast Scotland in 2 days.

A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Aug 21, 2014

39 photos

... some sort of pilon behind the town). We all enjoyed the amazing boat tour out to Bass Rock, home of 100s of thousands of seabirds, followed by lunch in the sunshine along the harbour wall, sampling fresh haddock and seafood prepared by the very popular Lobster Shack. Sunday morning included a very pleasant walk with Nina and Will along the beaches of Gullane, while my mom and uncle opted for church with James' friend Robert. Also a lot of fun was the "Cheers" ...

Muirfield and N Berwick

A travel blog entry by chipg on Apr 10, 2014

46 photos

... and tie and based on our morning escapade at the gate we were a little hesitant to go beyond the the HONORABLE MEMBERS ONLY signs on the doors. Well maybe just for a minute…..walked in and asked to pay for a second round, again this may not have been the proper method but we kive 4000 miles away…….geez your not supposed to wear golf shoes inside either? Sorry. Giggle giggle.

Rule 12 – The members at Muirfield ONLY play 4 ball. Meaning they only ...

So Long Emerald Isle, Hello Scotland

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 14, 2013

20 photos

... some Northern Ireland in her voice, so perhaps she picked up a bit of an accident while over there. He thought I was American, which I've now gotten three times over here.

Peter was a professor of photography and told of us his trips over to Canada in the sixties. He also filled us in on some local history of the area. We walked with him for about half an hour before parting ways and heading back to our car. On the walk back we saw a group of people ...

The last days

A travel blog entry by tylerjblog on Sep 02, 2008

10 photos

... the Firth of Forth, and a sublime spot for sitting and pondering anything and nothing. Everyone has a spot that they can call their own, where they can sit and watch the world go by. This was Bert's spot, and I can see why. That last bit rhymed. Hehe. After driving around a bit more with tour-guide Bert, we came back to the house in time eat a great big traditional Scottish breakfast. This included bacon (the thick kind), ...

The Past Three Weeks....Full of Ups and Downs...

A travel blog entry by lizz921 on Mar 30, 2008

1 comment, 74 photos

... had a lot of fun. Then Sunday I met up with my host family and we went to church, saw some pretty flowers, went back and just relaxed and helped with dinner before we went to the host family event at the palace. It was nice just to relax. Dinner was Amazing and I learned how to carve chickens. We had two whole chickens and my host mom wasn´t feeling well so I asked her to show me how so, I was proud of myself once I was finished. After dinner we went to the palace and went to ...