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Today was one of surprises, beauty, and sheep! :-) We'll be seeing a lot of all three in the coming days I hope. SURPRISE #1: Dave and I were expecting to meet Robert Fraser this morning for our tour of the borders region of Scotland with Afternoon Tea Tours, but we were pleasantly surprised to find Helen Fraser greeting us outside the apartment …
... Guess why I went there? Well it has the highest shoe shop ratio to population than anywhere else in the UK. And the answer to the question on all your lips is NO I did not buy any shoes!! I did however have a lovely day there with Sandra and Murdo last Saturday. We wandered around the shops, took some pics, partook of some lunch and yes of course went to the pub for a pint then had a long walk along the river side. As you can see by the ...
... quiz night and a pub crawl through the hostel. we did good in the quiz and then hit the bars. the first pub was lame and we stayed too long. the next was a cool heavy metal club with 1 pound drinks. and the 3rd was a big club with dancing and a beer garden. then we hung out the hostel until 430 am. good australians. i woke up at 630 due to all the red bulls and wandered around by myself for a few hours, even ...
... and engaged in hunting pursuits in the rich game filled Ettrick Forest. The Bear Gates were ordered shut after a visit from Bonny Prince Charlie and the Earl demanded that they remain so until a Stuart again sits on the Scottish throne.
Apart from offering a venue for weddings and being a holiday retreat it also hosts it's own brewery.
A picnic area with an adjoinging 'comfort stop' facility proves the ideal spot to take the morning's first break. Guarding ...
... a lot of catching up to do! She and Chris now have a beautiful son Findlay who will be two next week and we had the pleasure of meeting him as we collected Gayle for the walk. Joyce and Paul as always made us very welcome in their lovely home in Selkirk and we chatted over an extra cup of tea before we started walking, as though we had seen each other last week. With Granny and Papa spending the day with Findlay we headed off to Traquair to start ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
I can only give the TEA 5 stars because we weren't staying there, but I sure would love to one day.
Amazing views, beautiful spring flowers in bloom, a cosy, familiar country hotel, friendly staff and a wonderfully friendly, tasty tea.
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