Macdonald Linden Hall Golf & Country Club
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Coast road from South Shields up to Alnwick. Disappointing far from the coast for a Coast road and just a few glimpses of the sea. Scenery was okay but disappointing. Alnwick was vey pretty, small, stone and reminiscent of Brittany. A couple of pints in the ...
Just stayed on the A1 for hours on end until we broke the journey up in Northumberland. We had been driving in torrential rain for miles, making Bill very reluctant to divert from his driving mission. However, as if by magic, the sun appeared over Bamburgh and we had a wonderful windy time on the golden, moving sands against the beautiful castle backdrop. Finished off by a pot of tea and cake in the warm. The runny noses started here and they are yet to stop ...
Out of the city And over the brae Across Scottish borders A fog misted day Northumbrian grounds An old castle stands Bebbanburg, Bamburgh Rose up through the sands Ben had read novels Tales at this place We came he to find it To give it a face The beach out in front Stretched deep and stretched wide A ...
... first explored the area. We walked down the track to the ruined castle. There was not much here, but it was
interesting to see. We walked back up to the abbey, went inside.his place had lots of decorations and i think it is the only place to have statues of angels playing bagpipes. There was a talk going on while i was here, so i listened to it for a bit and then went down to the crypt. According to legend the crypt down here has lots of ...
... me quite tired. Belinda arrived a few moments after I woke up, and I got to help her peel some pears she was going to poach to have after dinner. They were fabulous, in case you were wondering. After dinner there was another lovely fire, and my hosts helped me figure out which train to take the next morning. And on that morning, Tim gave me a lift to the town where I would be catching the train. Honestly, they did so much for me.
And then I went back to Glasgow!