Collingwood Arms Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... to the mainland was in 30 minutes !!! As we did not want to be stuck on the island for 5 hours we reluctantly left and sat at the other end (mainland) of the causeway and watched the tide one in and cover the causeway 30 minutes later we had parked on the beach at Bamburgh and in the sunshine had a great walk along the sand. Circling the castle we soon found ourselves in the ...
... same seal that we had seen earlier in the day whilst eating our chips and when seen from this slightly elevated position and even closer it was clear that our assessment that this was a really big one was correct. Grey Seals are the UK’s largest mammal and this must have been one of the very biggest.
Julie had a curry at the Wellwood and I tried the carvery. Both were very good.
After dinner we changed to go out. The beer in ...
Well, this really is a very special day as I walk into Melrose and home. A bit of a lay in and then porridge made on my own cooker rather than in the campervan. An early text from Alan and Hannah wished us a super day as we walked to home. Thank-you for your love and support. Home for a few days and it feels quite strange. We keep walking out to the campervan to bring in a few more pieces of kit that we need to make the day work! My spare boots for one, as those I ...
... appearance as he appears in a bust made in 1820 and in his death mask taken only twelve years latter. Judge for yourself in the photographs but when you realise that the man was ruined by a banking crisis in 1825 and declaring that his own right hand would pay the debt took it upon himself to spent the next 7 years ploughing the money from his literary success into trying to clear massive debts. The sale of his copyrights after his death finally paid off the ...
Today we took the train from Glasgow to Edinburgh to see the castle. It was about a 45 minute train ride. It started raining on the walk to the castle and continued to rain the whole day. I had my poncho with me so that was nice. Edinburgh Castle is beautiful. I can't even describe it. I took a lot of photos. It's just impressive, that's all I can say. The view of the city from the castle is great. You can also see the Firth of Forth and an island. We spent a few hours ...