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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Castle. It is in the middle of nowhere and is quite an impressive castle ruins. It was very cold and windy.
From there we continued north and stopped for the night at a small town called Jedburgh. We just picked it from the map as a place to stop on the way to Edinburgh. The campsite ...
... along this highway, a more harsh terrain with it's severe winters, it would be hard to imagine. Dressed in miltary attire probably more suited to the Mediterranean origin any exposed part would be at the mercy of the elements.
No ' will yer fight fer me' hostile blue woan faces are ready to welcome us, but a friendly hand is offerred, the same one also keen to take a shilling.
Evidence of the still partly paved road skirts fells ...
... At the moment however vehicles are restricted because of lambing so hopefully it will give the path a chance to recover. It was muggy, partly due to the trees that lined the route which stopped the breeze and hard going due to the waterlogged, marshy ground that we were walking over. The poles became invaluable as we pirouetted across the clumps of grass to avoid getting our feet well and truly soaked. Away from the trees and out in the open we climbed up and up along the grassy ...
Jedburgh has been around since at least the 845 A.D. and used to dispense a brand of justice based on hang first, trial later but you know what? It now has free high speed wireless internet access across the entire town as well as a radically different aproach to crime prevention.
As Black's Guide to Scotland says "The town has been much improved"
Difficult to argue with that.
... to improve their chances of reaching heaven. Prayer was a commodity and the more devout an Abbey the more it could charge for its prayer because the more effective its prayers were expected to be. Reading this information at the Abbey led Keith to wonder if perhaps walking could be a commodity. Could he raise great wealth by offering to walk for people to help them feel healthy and exercise without going through all the effort. Debby cut short ...