Collingwood Arms Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... and we know there are many local lambs!!) kofta....yum. Then we drove back via Ford ( where there is another huge castle) and Melrose which is a very pretty town (and where the St Cuthbert's Way starts, which Meg and Stephen walked recently!!) Looked at the abbey there, and wandered along the shops. Then drove through Galashiels where Gill works. Such ...
... over. It was time for tea. Though we opted to skip the tea because of our long drive - but I had my scone and clotted cream and strawberry jam. My new favorite thing.
And that was it - the Roman Britain history was mind blowing but it was time to hit Scotland. We opted to not drive down the main highway, which would have been faster. Instead, we took the back roads and saw some of the ...
... before heading up the glade and into the new village of St Boswells. Our route took us through the village and onto the quiet road towards Eildon before walking the Bogle Burn Road around the edge of the Eildon Hills. It provided us with spectacular views of Black Hill and the hills above Gattonside before passing the new Crematorium on our way to Melrose. The incentive for the boys was ice-cream at the end of the walk and they were not to be disappointed. Mint chocolate, ...
... Always one to pursue lesser known ventures, Keith has fallen in love with this route and has now bought the book and is talking confidently about coming back to do the whole 341 kms coast to coast path. Every great long distance path combines two key characteristics, namely, a succession of dramatic landscapes coupled with a broad selection of interesting places to visit along the way. This trail has both in spades and cuts across the ...
... castle and took a tour of the Honours, which is the Scottish crown jewels. During World War II they were actually buried under an old toilet in the castle when it was feared the Germans would invade. Now they are on display and it was pretty neat to be able to see them. The room has thick doors that are vaulted when touring hours are over. Pictures were not allowed. So it's a sight I'll have to keep as a memory:) After the castle we went to a building that honors ...