Tontine Hotel Peebles Scottish Borders
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Elaine: An earlier start today, after resisting the all you can eat breakfast because it wasnt served until 9am we opted for a breakfast stop in the village of Dunning, 10 miles into the day. A very sweet village but no public loo or cafe on offer. A pretty breakfast picnic next to a rose garden, albeit a bit cold and windy, all were fed and …
... flight…”, to the rebook desk and kindly scheduled onto the next available flight…6 hours later.
I tried to explain to them at the desk that my Dora the Explorer Method only allowed for 3 steps and in my swiss need to be exact in everything I did, I simply couldn’t fit in such a long wait. My kids’ expectations would not be well managed!
The rebooking agent smiled at ...
... his army did ) in just 6 years. As a way of keeping the indomitable Scotts from coming into England. The Romans had been in England for about 100 years before Hadrian came into power. The Wall and fort were built around 124AD and the fort was occupied by the soldiers and their families for over 100 years. Must have been a heck of as shock to the Romans having to live in the bleak cold of this environment. There is a huge area of the foundations of this ...
Well I never. Fancy me getting called riff raff!! What's more it was at the local bowling club whilst I was watching my much loved Uncle Steve play off in a semi final. At least I didn't wear my rah rah skirt. It was actually Sandra that was the problem i was sitting demurely watching. Oh by the way we lost :-(
Peebles, initially a market town is in the Scottish Borders area, it lies on the River Tweed and has a population of around ...
... guy she asked was super friendly, and instead of pointing us in the right direction, he took the lead and walked us back up the street a bit, and down another street to Dynamic Earth, where we were pretty sure Kay had said the Indian place was opposite. We found no restaurant there, so the old guy, Robert, kept leading us on to a restaurant up the road a bit, while giving us some information about the buildings we were passing! Our own personal tour guide!! We ...