Heatherlie House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The day trip to Edinburgh was to see our nephew and his wife and our 3 great nephews. Went for a walk in The Meadows where 18 month old Louis showed off his prowess on his scooter - very impressive.
Another day we did a trip to Berwick upon Tweed (in England but still on the border) to see more relies. On the way there we visited the windy, fishing harbour of Eyemouth and ...
... to your safety zone. We're such habitual creatures, try breaking out of the habit. Drive a different way to work, go to another park, and if you ever get the opportunity to travel, please don't pass it up. Home will always be there... And seriously, even if you can afford a nice hotel... Stay in a hostel at least a couple nights, it really is the best way to meet people.
I promise you won't regret it (but if you do, I accept no liability)
Peace and love
... fine day, so close as to seem it was going to swell up over and around you as would a huge wave of water). Right!!!!! Emotionally moved by the sites just beheld I'm ready to be impressed by the building which houses the Scottish Parliament; symbol of Scotland's independence from England, a cause for which many gave their lives. I incline my head and body to the right ...
... looked into booking the London Eye. We called in to Westminster Abbey on the way home but it was not open. On Thursday we hopped on a subway train and an Overland Train to Watford Junction and spent the day at Universal Studios where they made all of the Harry Potter films. We did the three hour tour and it was fantastic. Great experience and great photos. Tea was at our local pub. Fantastic surroundings and great food. The beer ...
From Selkirk we doubled back along the road to St Mary's Loch to try and recreate the photograph of Newark Tower from In Scotland Again. We found the tower without too much trouble but since the early 1930's someone has planted a pine forest to the south of the road and I couldn't find anywhere to park a 20 foot motorhome anyway.
In the ...