Hizzy's

23B North Bridge St, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 9BD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hawick

Can't Sleep

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond

18

... had been raining just before and while I was at the cafe. It was really just a ramshackle building with a roof, Sharon prepared the food up at the house a few yards away. As I was preparing to l leave, two young German men came. I would meet up with them again later.

Back on the trail and headed for the most difficult part. Most people do this section in two days and camp out in the woods. I am not one of those people, maybe next time...not far past Sharon's, there is ...

Grand houses and more

A travel blog entry by dawnc

2
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... develop and improve a critical understanding amongst the public that all life is interdependent as seen in the ecological, economic, cultural and spiritual spheres”. I’m not sure what that means, but I asked the woman who had been there on a short course. She said it was very spiritual and talked about everyone having lampshades which dimmed our light and the light of others.The intention was to bring light into lives, I think. There were lots of ...

The Borders

A travel blog entry by dawnc

2
12

... reminder why I am here. Earlier I went to places in the north where g grandfather John Beattie (who came to New Zealand) and his brother Adam went to tend the flocks. Now I have come to the borders where they grew up and where their parents lived and died. John Beattie Senior was also a shepherd. There has been confusion about how many other siblings there were.

Hawick appeals to me. It has a river and streams, bridges, many and varied old buildings and lots ...

All over England

A travel blog entry by freyr

... the rose garden. Alas, it was raining rather hard yet again, so I didn't give the gardens the attention they deserved. It was really fascinating to see how the Tudors lived and to go through the kitchens which would have fed up to 600 people every meal! Sunday was largely devoted to lunch with my cousin, who I obviously don't see a lot of and I met up with a friend's sister, Hannah, in the late afternoon. I cleverly forgot the tim tams I had brought all the way ...

Surprise!

A travel blog entry by serenitysunsets

7

Brekkie over, bags packed, we are back in the car and heading southwards on the M1 and once arriving in Coventry, we joined the M69 continuing to head southwards.

We fueled up at Coventry with 46.97L at 136.9p/L before heading on through Warwick to Stratford-Upon-Avon, William Shakespeare's birthplace.

Parked up, the rain had eased off to an annoying drizzle. We took a wander down to the canal to watch the lock ...

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This hotel, located on 23B North Bridge St, Hawick, is near Hawick Museum, Drumlanrig Tower, and Wright's of Trowmill.
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