Hetland Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
Temperature – 60 degrees!! Delightful. Today was a sea day. We slept in a little, had breakfast, and then walked 3 miles on the jogging/walking track. It was a little foggy at times but the sun broke through to a beautiful cool day. The Pool Grill featured a German buffet along with several German beers and schnapps. It felt wonderful sitting out in the sun. So far we love the Silver Cloud…a smaller version of the Regent Voyager. The ship ...
... 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. ;)
... way! Ang had cooked another lovely meal. Kirsty and Paul had come over with Pauls son, Josh aged 8, who they all call Little Man. He was standing there in his Manchester United shirt and slippers on. Can't help but love someone with that sort of taste. Little Man was recently selected for the Bristol Rovers Academy team, so football is his passion. Not a big exciting day but will be nice to put the suitcase down for more than a day or ...
... Then i decided to find the London Dungeon, i waited in line for half an hour and thought, am i really going to see this? it looks so cheesy but it really wasn't! One of the first parts of the tour was a maze of mirrors which im not gonna lie, i almost started crying because people were pushing and shoving and there were so many people in there and it was dark and my claustrophobia kicked in and my heart was racing! it ...