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... and we wore ours as well. Chad and I grabbed a quick sandwich and toured the town looking for some people to give some Selkirk Royals t shirts we had brought. We eventually found the high school and headed in to tell them who wee were and where we were from. We were welcomed in by the head teacher and she was super nice. We talked for a few minutes and then her and I posed for a photo with our royals shirts. She wished we could have stayed longer and wanted to stay ...
After a leisurely breakfast, we walked down the hill into the village for a nosey around. Melrose is actually designated a town but with only 5,000 inhabitants and a couple of streets with shops it has the feel of a village. It is also home to Melrose Abbey, one of the four main abbeys in the Border region, and said to have the heart of Robert the Bruce buried within it. The 'town' ...
... have arrived in the middle of 4 festivals in Edinburgh. The Fringe Festival - lots of street performers, the Military Tattoo - sold out, the Edinburgh International Book Festival (yes please) and the International Festival which has lots of stuff including a harpsichord recital, movements (!), dance, theatre, opera, ravishing recitals and much, much more (according to the blurb). Very cultured here at the moment! We went to the Information ...
... br> Did you know there is no parachute regiment in the Scottish army?...is a bit of a shame that...
well one of the best tours would have been the royal yacht Britannia, this was simply amazing, I stood in the spot where Di was running to greet Wills and Harry!!you must have seen that photo. Was not as opulent a you would think, only one double bed on it, everyone had to sleep in single beds, is a fantastic display and ...
... in 2014 to determine if they will break from the sovereign nation of United Kingdom. His thoughts were that if the separatists want to be successful in the vote they need to, during the week of the vote, offer free drinks in every pub and play Braveheart 24 hours a day.
Our B&B is in a Georgian Townhouse which is part of a Georgian Terrace. For the great unwashed, like me, that means townhomes built during the time of the first few ...
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