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TravelPod Member ReviewsCringletie House Peebles
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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... house guests for "come visit and eat our fridge empty" – I am never one to miss out on naming a get together – afternoon of house organize, finish cleaning and pack,….and finally we were off to the airport!
My dad was right. I should have listened and believed. I just have NEVER travelled to Europe so light before!! I couldn't believe we ALL fit into his minivan with our luggage. That’s 4 ...
... the highlight of crossing the Forth Road Bridge with views of the Forth Rail Bridge and the work to date on the new 2nd Forth Road Bridge. Lunch stop was in a cafe in Queensferry over looking the Firth of Forth and the bridges. After lunch came navigating Edinburgh, a job well done by Graham but a real shock after days of cycling on quiet country roads. Graham: Edinburgh's traffic was certainly a shock to the system after a few days of practically no traffic. Caught a few glimpses of ...
Since it has been so long since my last entry (as many of you have pointed out to me) I'll be doing this slightly different. I shall subtitle this the "soap box entry"
Since Pitlochry, I have been to glasgow, London, Praha(Prague), and wien(Vienna) and just today returned to London. I have seen castles, and palaces; towers and clocks (and some that fall into both categories), the worlds oldest zoo (red pandas-still my favourite), and amusement parks with guiness record ...
... the ocean where I believed I would find The John Muir Way. This Way seems unknown by locals. I know it is new, but nobody seems to know it. Actually, it's along old walking paths, just a new name. I found it exactly where I thought it should be and walked along the coast to Cockenzie (pronounced Cokenzie) where I opted for a bus to Aberlady. I had made a reservation, months ago, with all my other reservations, at the Old Aberlady Inn. I found it easy enough, right on the ...
... With so many stopover and time changes it would be difficult to track exactly how long we'd be travelling. It looked something like this:
Ride to Christchurch airport
Wait at airport
Flight to Sydney
Additional flight delay
Flight to Dubai
Flight to London
Transfer downtown London
Wait for bus
Bus to Glasgow
Drive to Cardona
Our timer finally stopped at around 60 hours and 45 ...