Abbotsford Arms Hotel

63 Stirling Street, Galashiels, Borders, Scotland, TD1 1BY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 63 Stirling Street, Galashiels, is near Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford House, Thirlestane Castle, and St. Cuthberts Way.
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    Family time

    A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... into the conservatory - addition to many houses - usually with many windows - so that you can enjoy the outside while enjoying the comforts of inside. That lasted all of 4 minutes as the Calgary sun that we so kindly unpacked from our suitcases made an arrival and we headed to enjoy Gill's gorgeous garden.

    Talia and Avaia thoroughly enjoyed the garden. Talia was especially fond of Ginger the cat. What we didn't know…however…was ...

    Day Eight - 12-26-31

    A travel blog entry by needlemind on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... abundance of wealth around every corner. It's all there for you to see (but not photograph - sorry). In terms of personal enjoyment, I would say that Hollyroodhouse is better than Edinburgh castle. For starters there are far fewer other tourists, which is always a bonus. There are lots of trinkets and points of interest in Holyroodhouse Palace, such as Bonnie Prince Charlie's swords, or Robert the Bruce's Skull, or 3000 pieces of silverware ...

    New Year!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Dec 29, 2013

    50 photos

    ... cheap as chips but all you need. We were heading out to see Aunty Jessie for one of her amazing lunches, so we sussed out the buses and headed out. When we arrived her son Stuart picked us up from the bus stop. Aunty Jessie was just how we remember her, She welcomed us into the house and we met Stuart and his family. Lunch was homemade soup and scones sooooooooo good and then some yummy cakes to finish off.

    We got back in the late afternoon and checked ...

    A Look At Ninjutsu

    A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Sep 28, 13

    ... advantage position. From being in a position of advantage, the stylist can effectively change the outcome of the encounter - quickly going from negative to positive.

    Those that practice the martial art of Ninjutsu are instructed and trained to use their entire body for everything they do, which provides the most leverage and power. Ninjutsu is well known in Japan, and for good reason. It is a very secretive martial art, yet very powerful. The ...

    Getting really hot now.

    A travel blog entry by jandmtravel on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... shops - fruit, hardware, butcher etc and no supermarket so it was a nice place to walk around. We drove directly south to Tarbet, with the road hugging the coast and lovely views across Loch Fyne to another penninsula. Tarbet was another quaint little town set around the harbour so we had a walk around and Jim did some shopping in the smallest and most crowded co-op ever. Further down the penninsula we took a left and headed south on the B842. This road was really narrow but luckily lots ...