BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel
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... t as bad as we thought. We relaxed for a bit at the hostel then went to buy groceries. Tonight we decided we were gonna eat out and we went to this pub around the corner. We actually ended up sitting next to 2 Canadians from Alberta and we spoke to then for almost 2 hours. They were a little older than us (28) but it was still nice to talk to them. Then we came back to the hostel an we're hanging out in the hostels common ...
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... English team in the Scottish league!
Since we are on a rail saga you should know that the town is dominated by the Royal (so decreed at the opening by Queen Victoria in 1850) Border Bridge. A 659 metre long viaduct carrying the London to Edinburgh trains over the Tweed river at Tweedmouth. It has 28 stone arches each 18m wide and carries the railway 121 feet (37m) above the river Tweed. ...
Phewf… today was a travel day and while most of it was spent sitting on a train of one type or another we are pretty tired out tonight. It was a late night last night working to pack up all our bits and pieces. Lovely reminders of our time in Paris were distributed among the backpacks and rolling suitcases to spread the load. Once all was magically tucked away and cases and sacs successfully closed up we went to be at around ...
The only place in the UK which we really wanted to visit was Edinburgh. We'd heard so many good things about it and it didn't disappoint.
On our first day in Edinburgh we decided to join the walking tour offered by Sandemans (the same company we'd done tours through in other European cities). We got a lot of history about the old city of Edinburgh, the thing that really stuck in our minds ...