The White Swan Hotel

Address: 31-32 Market Square , Duns, Borders, Scotland, TD11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 31-32 Market Square , Duns, is near Manderston.
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    Travel Blogs from Duns

    Less than 2 weeks until graduation

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on May 20, 2014

    41 photos

    ... taught me is to look at other peoples furniture and use ideas in my own designs.

    After the Easter holiday break, construction got underway in earnest. The basic frame and carcass of the cabinet is a mixture of solid and veneered partitions, and I was pleasantly surprised how relatively easily I managed to pull it all together. What would have been a painstaking process six months ago was almost intuitive for me at this stage of the course. I still managed to make a ...

    Week 3 - Chopped off something I shouldn't have

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 27, 2013

    7 photos

    ... making choux pastry, and now to cutting tapered cleats. Just makes me smile, variety is certainly the spice of life.

    On the subject of working life, we have to do a bit of paperwork on this course to get the formal qualification at the end of it. As part of that paperwork I have to produce a project plan for creating a piece of furniture, complete with a gantt chart and critical path analysis. I thought I had left all that stuff way back in ...

    Inverness to Musselburgh

    A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 08, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... s a wee walk to the edge of the cliff where you walk down heaps of steps to sea level and then up again into the castle. You can instantly see how they held out against a siege for 8 months to protect the treasures of Scotland. The castle is a ruin now but is still amazing. They have restored some rooms and these certainly give a sense of what it was. We spent about an hour or two wandering about until it closed and then it was ...

    Bonnie Scotland

    A travel blog entry by mental_blank on Dec 29, 2008

    So we made it to Scotland 2 days before Christmas & it was good to finally be in one place for more than just a day or 2. We are staying with my dad's cousins on a lovely property in the Scottish countryside. Havent been out much having had Christmas and Boxing Day but have done a little bit of sightseeing ...

    The last days

    A travel blog entry by tylerjblog on Sep 02, 2008

    10 photos

    ... the meat products in Europe are of much better quality than what we tend to eat here in America (in my personal opinion). So, second breakfast, check! There was just enough time for a bit of news headlines on the telly, a rollie, and a quick check of my bags to ensure optimum access to entertainment for the 5 hour train ride back to London. The Cunningham's then drove me to the Prestonpans train station where I thanked ...