Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... expert on Celtic history.
As you may or may not know, Robyn is writing a novel, involving a teenage girl, who is living in the Celtic Village on the Eildon Hills. The first thing we had to do Friday morning was 'climb the hill daddy'. It looked a little foreboding initially, but in the end it was an easy climb, and well worth it. Robyn was 'giddy' ...
We drove into Galashiels (the "big city" close by) to have a little walk around the centre and to buy some groceries for the dinner. After lunch David's dad had planned a nice Tiki Tour for us around some of the sights in the Borders. The first stop was Scott's View - apparently Sir Walter Scott always stopped here to admire the view of the rolling hills (the Eildons) and the River Tweed ...
What a beautiful sunny day I woke up to yesterday. Blue skies and soft, calm winds. We enjoyed a lovely breakfast and after getting ready, Wilma and I took good old bus 37 into the town. We walked down the royal mile, popping into and out of shops as our fancy took us then headed down toward Hollyrood Palace. Situated just across the street from the Queen's residence ...
The weather this morning is not sunny, but no bother!!! It's not snowing!!! After showers, we girls will head to the hair dressers and then we'll all be off to to the lodge. As the entire place is ours for the weekend, some guests arrived last night and we've heard tales that the party has already ...
... the contours of the banks enjoying the changing colours of the river and its immediate environment. We met and talked with the ‘Tweedbank Trekkers’, a very fine group of women out for a walk on a glorious Sunday in May. It was great to talk with you and thank-you so much for your donation and comment on the blog this evening. Hope you enjoy your coffee shop walks. We soon found ourselves on flat riverbank and talking with a group of canoeists from the Newcastle area ...