Queens Head Hotel

24 Bridge Street, Kelso, Borders, Scotland, TD5 7JD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 Bridge Street, Kelso, is near Roxburghe Golf Course, Kelso Abbey, and Roxburgh Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Kelso

    Haggis, Tatties and Neaps. The land of whiskey.

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Aug 24, 2012

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    Arrived at Dee's mums place a bit weary. The train across the channel was easy as usual. Though as we traveled in the day, the 10 or so french border guards looking very bored decided to have a chat and asked to see in the back. "any cigarettes?" "Nope" I said. "is that a shower?" he said. "nope its a dunny" I said. Blank look from him but he handed back the passports and thanked me for my time. Then the pom at immigration asked all the same questions but ...

    The End?

    A travel blog entry by theworldtrip on Jan 21, 2011

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    ... words how good the whole Chinese experience was. The local people were unexpectedly friendly and the friends we made on the adventure made this the most special of countries.

    Australia was the biggest party. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day down Coogee and Bondi, New Year Eve at Balmain, New Years Day at Field Day and gigging for Beth's birthday really was the icing on the East coast drive!

    The best single spectacle on the whole ...

    Day 65 - On the right Traq

    A travel blog entry by jonathanashleyr on Jul 15, 2010

    ... this point, that with no immediate cause, my left foot starts feeling quite bruised. This continues until I make it to the Old School House B&B, which I limp into around 6.30pm, at a dismal pace, with the bad back also chipping in its 2 penneth. Poor end to an 18 mile day. Looking on the bright side, my back has hardly bothered me at all so far, so Andrew my Phisio at Covent Garden Phisio, should be please with his work.

    The generous Landlady makes me toast, tea and ...

    UK travels

    A travel blog entry by canham.honeymoo on May 12, 2007


    Man, what a journey we have had since we last blogged. We have done lots of driving (Chris has anyway), with some long days, lots of rain, some fantastic sights, and some scary ones too!! (Will get to that in a moment). To pick up where we last left off... Last Monday, as it was a public holiday in the UK, Carolyn and Neils both had the day off so they took us around some of the free sights in London. We started at the Brittish museum, and spent ...

    D+M: 6 months in the hot seat

    A travel blog entry by technotrekker on Apr 01, 2007

    ... brain is not too scrambled with computer code anyway) and one thing that has hit home pretty hard is the lack of holidays you get working for 'the man'. 20 days per year - what the hey? It's no way near enough if you want to factor in some decent trips that don't come completely packaged in a week-long, all-inclusive tour. O' for the flexibility of self employment! Now wasn't that well done - a complete about-turn in the space of a few short paragraphs. I should become ...