Hetland Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 4. Yama saw a red squirrel 5. The prettiness of the flowers in the well kept gardens. I will create a page later on for the flowers 6. I have had 1 fall, Kym 2 falls, Rod 1 fall Our host Mike provided a washing service that we made the most of. Supplied a yummy breakfast of tomatoes, baked beans and mushrooms we set off to conquer 17.6 kms. The climb was steady, steepish in some parts. Suzanne, Paul and I walked with Andy ...
... the Wall crossed the river can still be seen.
Moving further westwards, our next stop was Housesteads Roman Fort - a dramatic fortress perched high on the top of a hill, from where you could see for miles in all directions. The remains are quite substantial: apart from the garrison headquarters, a hospital and the commandant's home, there were barracks there that housed some 800 soldiers for the 300 years of the fort's ...
... were more trails than I thought there would be. And lots of beach huts at little coves and at Portland Bill I called in the lookout station here to see Jack's signature and make a donation. The run back through the quarries on the west side was interesting for historians - jest - Then came my first low of the month; the run back across the causeway Tarmac: if it were a family holiday I'd've called Giuli to come and pick me up, metaphorically & ...
... to pass the time with. Once to Dumfries I caught a train to Carlyle and then another transfer to Edinburgh. I feel a bit like a pinball but in the best of ways. Taking the train has allowed me to see some of the most beautiful parts of the country in a speedy way. I've seen a lot of hikers and bikers... I wish I had more time to adventure like that but we only have two days away from London...so maybe another time. ;)
... by the level of activity ! Dinner was formal attire, with everyone looking snappy in their tuxes and coincidentally, all the women in black and white. Although it was the night of the black and white ball, we opted ( except K&B) for the 3D movie Tin Tin. It was quite funny to see the men in their 3D glasses and tuxedos. After another taxing day, we retired to our room setting the clocks back another ...