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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... becoming very fond of Sally and the heated car seats. On arriving in Berwick upon Tweed we were not impressed as it was another old dreary town. We wanted something modern to stay at. We needed WiFi. Where do you go in such circumstances ?? MACCAS. After an unsuccessful hunt on booking.com for suitable accommodation I happened to glance up ...
... castle on a hill across a paddock. We head into the cobblestoned town with mostly sandstone buildings. After a coffee in the town square we walk to the renowned Barter Books, a disused railway Station with the expanse of where the trains would have arrived, concrete filled and the floor covered in the finest array of wooden bookshelves and second hand books, very well categorised. The waiting rooms and station masters rooms were kitchens, dining ...
Today we are on our way to Scotland, on the way we went to Alnwick Castle , which is Hogwarts from Harry Potter. After we walked a little bit of the castle we went to broomstick training were dad looks like he's been drinking too much in the picture but he hasn't, it was fun. Then we had to drive another heap to Arrochar, were we are staying in Scotland. It was at least 7 or 8 o'clock when we got to our little lochside ...
... to the cathedral and then through the old part which was very medieval the boys found a sword shop and the young man showed them all The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit swords as well as Peter's from Narnia. They were most interested and Haydn is going to return once he's made a fortune in the share market. We found a Tesco's on the outskirts before driving on to Tadcaster near Leeds for the night. We went south east for almost an hour to Nostell Priory, ...
Up early & excited. Headed off with Jim to Hepburn Moor to try and locate my Great Uncles Spitfire that crash up here in 1944. Spent the whole day wandering around up here, very peaceful with the occasional RAF trainer flying past. Located 3 small pieces, jus enough to keep us interested. The off to Eyemouth in Scotland to pick up Jim's ...