St. Cuthbert's House
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... of his life.
Skiathmuir Toll turned out to be somebody's home. They had lived there five years, the man told me, and didn't know where the Battle of Skaithmuir took place--only that something like that had happened somewhere around there.
We took a chance and turned down another road, searching for a road with no lane markings, shrubs on either side, telephone wires, and a particular two story house with two windows under the eaves of the second ...
... in search of Grimaldis, an old fashioned, cash only, no reservations, paper plate pizza joint. There is a bit of a queue due to (a) its popularity and (b) a kitchen fire earlier in the day requiring them to relight the oven. By the time we get in we are starving. The menu is simple - two sizes of cheese pizza with a few extra toppings if you want them and cans of pop. As big a contrast to yesterday's fine dining as you can get, but in its own ...
Guy and Jessie and I left Saturday morning for Alnmouth Railway where the train arrives . It is the train to Edinburgh. We caught the bus to, Almouth where we were to stay at a hotel - a haunted one too. Accomodation was all booked out as Alnwick (4miles away)'had an international music festival. Almouth was a lovely wee village where the Aln river meets the sea. So off in the bus to Alnwick where my greatgrandfather was born in 1833. Apparently it has not changed much ...
... 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> served in mini-portions with fancy names. The bus ride was 3 ½ hours to the
west coast port at Cairnryan via Glasgow and Ayr. The ferry crossing to Belfast
on Stena line and short bus trip to the center of the city was conveniently all
part of the same ticket.
Overall I had a great month in Scotland, one that really
flew by between my time in the two main cities, my West Highland Way trek for 8
days, and then my 16 day circular tour of the country. As with ...