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... and saw the ruins of Kelso Abbey.
Then we walked on the side of the river Tweed and then drove back to the house and played in the backyard and then had dinner and then went to sleep.
... Rievaulx Abbey ruins to have a look.
We had a long drive North as a part of the main road was closed due to flooding. Then we finally we drove into Scotland and to Kelso and stayed with our cousins Nick, Ally, Xavier and Isaac. And we had dinner.
My friend Debs and I went to university together, ahem, a few years ago. I get to see her about twice a decade, so, being up in Northumberland, we decided we needed to meet up. Lynn and I took advice from one of the ticket-masters at Alnwick Castle, who suggested that we went to Amble. This person painted Amble in glowing colours as the Blackpool of the eastern coast, replete with tourism and restaurants. When ...
... of the gardens.
The castle has been the home of the Percy family for many generations and can be spotted in series such as Downton Abbey and the Harry Potter films. After lunch on the wall, we toured the grand state rooms. I spent some time admiring a pair of ornate 400 year old cabinets with Sarah. I also want a library like theirs, with ladders and balconies. Just saying.
Eartha and Saskia discovered there was a lion trail. In each room, a small stuffed ...
... on a bike tied to the railings outside a shop with a huge wallpaper coated giraffe in it. The whole village was full of little shops, established before the outbreak of war (possibly the Crimean). Only the co-op seemed new.
We skirted the gas-lamp and memorial before taking a look at the river. Back at the hostel, the girls painted their toenails for a while, except for Sarah, who flaked out immediately in all her clothes and didn't move again until the morning.