Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ground. We were then given a 'guided tour' of the city from where we sat, with the landmarks being pointed out as we circled around.
After the show was over, we worked our way down through the four floors of interactive fun and illusions using light and mirrors, playing around like kids. Amongst others there was a mirror maze, morphing face machine and a skeleton that copied your movements.
The one that messed with your ...
... recounting our tales.
We gave the washing machine a good run for its money, it's been given the workout of its life for the past two days. The boil wash, the standard wash, the wool wash, the GoreTex wash, you name it, it's been done. And given the good Scottish weather, the tumble dryer hasn't stopped either.
Laundry aside, we've been spoiled rotten. We ...
... around. I picked up some lunch at a bakery, looked around the town, then had a look at the outside of Melrose abbey. It cost too much to go inside and i didn't have that long anyway. After a quick break i headed back to the bus and we left the area. Up to the next rest stop, the guide told us stories of the area and about the Hadrian wall that we were going to visit. I also did some reading. We got to the border with Scotland and England and ...
Well we finally arrived in Melrose, the little Scottish Borderlands town, adjacent to Robyn's Eildon Hills. Last trip we only got there for a morning, and it is presently Robyn's 'Favorite' place in the world, so she needed to go back. The Eildon Hills are the site of an ancient Celtic Village, that was situated on the hills over 2000 years ago. Robyn is quickly ...
Every shower has been a learning session on how to use it I have loved each challenge and then will tell John since I shower first. I miss our big shower and water flow. Haha. Had a nice breakfast in our B and B and then 1/2 rode a city bus and then walked up the hill to the castle. Had some fabulous views and spent about 3 hours up there. Lots of tourist from all over with all the ...