Windlestraw Lodge Scottish Borders

Address: Tweed Valley, Walkerburn, Borders, Scotland, EH43 6AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tweed Valley, Walkerburn, is near Traquair House and River Tweed.
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      Travel Blogs from Walkerburn

      Lake Windemere

      A travel blog entry by stedders on Nov 02, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... to catch pike and crazed mountain bike riders.

      Even though the track is in a national park there were several farms along the track and Greg admired the sheep and cattle, which, he said, look very well feed and contented. The sheep looked remarkably white in the sun as compared to their dusty Australian cousins.

      After two hours walking we arrived at the castle and enjoyed a cup of coffee overlooking paddocks and ...

      Last day in edinburrrrrrgh

      A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 17, 2014

      3 photos

      Last day Once again the day started off pretty early. Lindsay and Jessie ( former and current artistic directors) decided they really wanted to have a final cast get together. The original plan was supposed to be a picnic at 12 on the lawn. I convinced them to have breakfast so we don't kill the whole day. We actually convinced 11 kids to get up and be at Garfunkels at 8:30 am. Now some of them actually lived 20 minutes away so they had to be up pretty early. Not ...

      Dunfermline and St Andrews

      A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Aug 05, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Today we were heading out to a few people with Aunty Molly and Douglas. First stop for the day was Dunfermline. I really wanted to visit Dunfermline for the church and for the old abbey, as my patron saint I took at Confirmation was St Margaret of Scotland who lived in Dunfermline, and her relics are kept there. We went to the church first. When we got there the doors were closed. Saw some people down by the side ...

      The adventures of Braveheart and Baileys...

      A travel blog entry by chasethesun2014 on May 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... the beautiful town and gardens.  Whilst there we were lucky enough to have some fellow Aussie companions who I will now mention; Tess Brady, who was a fantastic tour guide and all round wonderful funny lady and coat lender. Fellow bendigo and old trouble makers Konrad and his lovely Norwegian wife Linda,and Harris and his also lovely English girlfriend Alex. This lead us to some yummy restaurants, escorted from a pub (soba), and to the inside of possibly ...

      How To Develop Your Personality Fast And Easy

      A travel blog entry by supremeferry785 on Sep 26, 13

      ... Take a look inside yourself, and defend every belief that you have.

      Take the time each day to read. By reading, you are giving yourself the opportunity to envision other people's mistakes and challenges and how they handled them. This will speed up your own process of personal growth by giving you insights into best practices and worst case scenarios. A good goal to begin with is to read one book every ...