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... of his life.
Skiathmuir Toll turned out to be somebody's home. They had lived there five years, the man told me, and didn't know where the Battle of Skaithmuir took place--only that something like that had happened somewhere around there.
We took a chance and turned down another road, searching for a road with no lane markings, shrubs on either side, telephone wires, and a particular two story house with two windows under the eaves of the second ...
... Plus craft stalls etc. Visited Barter Books the biggest secondhand book store - the old Railway Station - huge - and typically English everyone seemed to have a dog with them . so we wandered around and had lunch and went back to Almouth for me to The Gelmelzwaaiers, Belgiumhave a rest. Guy and Jess watched a raft race which was won by some men wearing All Black jerseys. Sunday big breakfast and oft to Alnwick Castle . Built originally Norman age as an imposing ...
... to the mainland was in 30 minutes !!! As we did not want to be stuck on the island for 5 hours we reluctantly left and sat at the other end (mainland) of the causeway and watched the tide one in and cover the causeway 30 minutes later we had parked on the beach at Bamburgh and in the sunshine had a great walk along the sand. Circling the castle we soon found ourselves in the ...
I got a late and lazy start from my plush B&B
accommodation and morning meal in Jedburgh for a short day in distance terms
through the Borders region to the coast and back to Edinburgh. The day turned
out again to be a rainy and sunless one, leading me to skip a few possible stops
along the way that mostly involved viewing from the outdoors when the heavens
were opened. There are a number of castles of various types in the Borders
region ranging ruins of ...
... when the small girl that was on the tour screamed her head off. A quick walk round the castle ground before we had a tour round the state rooms - with a mixture of ancient and modern flat screen TV"s and dining rooms all laid out for a downtown abbey meal with place setting names ! After all this is a lived in castle so why not the TV ! The area for children is amazing with dressing up clothes, swords, soap making . Broomstick riding lessons and some quite axing exhibits - ...