The Cross Keys Hotel

Address: The Cross Keys Hotel, Canonbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG14 0SY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Cross Keys Hotel, Canonbie, is near World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Canonbie

Blackpool Day 5

A travel blog entry by megansweeting19 on Aug 08, 2015

We got up quite quickly and got in the car as we were going to the village next to blackpool, fleet wood. It took us a while to find a cafe but eventually we found one and I got a jumbo sausage and chips which was really yummy :)) we then wandered around the village then went towards the seafront and sat with a 99 icecream :p Jess then said that there wasn't much else to do there so we ...

Cruise - Day 2

A travel blog entry by argyles on Mar 29, 2015

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Last night was rough. Despite only entering the Bay of Biscay at around 11:00am ship's time (12:00 noon BST), the night was by far the roughest we'd experienced. This morning we viewed the ship's webcam via the in cabin TV, and the sea ahead looked very rough. Thankfully our cabin is midships, so the motion wasn't too bad, however it can be difficult when trying to transit around the ship. For safety reasons, some decks have been closed until further notice, ...

Day 1: the journey begins

A travel blog entry by jharnett92 on Jun 03, 2014

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... to no passengers on the train, which gave me plenty of time to rearrange my carry on bag. Having checked in online yesterday I thought the check in process would have been a bit quicker and more effiecnt than it is, they only had one desk on for people who had checked in online compared to three for normal check in with both queues pretty similar, should have known from past travelling experiences not to get my hopes up! The relief I felt after offloading my ...

Getting really hot now.

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel on Jul 17, 2013

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... places. Maree was driving and Jim got to take in the great views over to Arran Island. We stopped here and there and found it to be pretty hot. Cambeltown was a nice big town but we carried on the wider A83 to the other side of the penninsula and straight away came to a big and busy parking area (free) and a lovely beach. There were sand dunes along the back of the beach and no houses except for miles along it, so it felt like a NZ beach. Quite a few people were swimming but ...

Day 38

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 25, 2012

... III. Great stuff from my interest in history. John and I spent a lot of time in the Cathedral, John had never been in it before!!!!! There are lovely grounds all around the cathedral and at one stage it used to have the largest grounds of any cathedral in England. We had lunch at the Cathedral Cafe then headed to Kirsty'gym for a workout. typical new style gym for the trendies, lots of cardio gear but bugger all real weights. Still managed to to a bit. We ended up being there ...