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... was the result of James Douglas guarding Berwick, keeping the soldiers, including Caillhou (which is spelled many ways, depending on the source) and his Gascons blocked in, unable to eat. As they were starving inside, a group finally came out, looking for cattle. James learned from his scouts that there was a group of foragers. Expecting a small group, he took forty of his men. Instead, he suddenly came upon eighty well-armed soldiers. He later said it was the hardest ...
... the Railway ( which was used for coal haulage ) is now the biggest secondhand. Book store in the UK. All stone buildings and cobbled streets . The castle is one of the oldest castles in Britain and the Northumberland area was first to adopt Christianity. . My family were independent Congregationalists. The music festival was in full flight with performances from the Apple Chill Cloggers, dancers from North Carolina and the The Gelmelzwaaiers, Belgium - flag waving and ...
... of Betties tea rooms, namely The Lord Crewe hotel and had a rather posh afternoon tea. Returning to the car we sat with the roof down for over an hour in the sun watching the waves 3pm arrived (which was the opening time for the causeway back to holy island so we made the short journey along the coast back to holy island ... I am glad we did not stay here for 5 hours this morning ...
... br> Andalusia, Spain earlier in the year I really felt like I got to see much of
the country rather than just getting a little taste of it in the cities and a
few tourist-oriented spots. Getting out into the countryside on a trek of cycle
ride or renting a car to tour around is the way to go for a much richer and
more varied experience than you can get in Europe by sticking to rail passes and
mostly seeing the big cities as I did on my trips to Europe when I was younger.
... and Kelso. Three of the four are near the
centers of attractive small towns of the same names, while Drybergh is out in
the fields along the Tweed River which flows through the Borders.
I enjoyed a rather lazy rainy day working my way slowly
through the villages and the abbeys. All of them were on my Historic Scotland
membership pass so no individual expensive fees, as was Smailholm Tower, a