Tontine Hotel Peebles Scottish Borders
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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 ...
... around taking in the sights and sounds.
After Dad and Sharon left us for their own trip around Ireland, Wales and southern England we decided that we should book a trip home for 2 weeks in October. This was instead of our originally intended destination of Egypt and a whole lot safer.
It was a major undertaking and we managed to see a lot of people in a short time. We realise that we couldn't see everybody but hope no one ...
... keep my speed down to about 45 - 50mph for safety and thank goodness I did!!There ahead right in the middle of this fast curve is a turning to my left which trucks must be using for some construction or something as the whole road ahead is suddenly covered in mud!!
It’s as slippery as hell and my bike is skidding right out of control and heading for the curves. Catching the brakes would only make things worse and so I simply just let her go and slow down gently. ...
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 ...