Collingwood Arms Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Just woken up Sunday morning. Yesterday was a travel day - bus 1.5 hours from Robin Hoods Bay to middlesborough, then small train across to Darlington, then we hopped on a huge express that started in Kings Cross, London, and was on its way to Inverness! We just zoomed for 1.5 hours on that, to Berwick-upon-Tweed, where Gill and Bob were waiting for us!! Great excitement and reunion, and so lovely to ...
... their dogs and after I asked if I could pet them the man tried to figure out where I was from. His exact words were, "You're not a local, are you? Not with that accent. But you're not American. Are you Canadian?" I'm always pleased when somebody thinks I'm not from the U.S.
I stopped in at a little bakery and got an apple and almond pastry, and went for a quite late lunch in a cute café on the high street. And then collapsed into bed. The rain and the walking ...
... coincidentally, someone attempted to blow up the building where he was staying one night and he was actually found outside strangled to death! Later on Mary was accused of being a witch and no one would recognize her as queen until finally she was beheaded with a blunt axe...a very awful way to die! She did however want to go out with some dignity so she wore a scarlet dress, which in the Catholic tradition signifies martyrs, so ...
... were two young single walkers!!!!!!!!
Heather, it's so good to hear that Peter is back on his feet again and enjoying criticising life again. What we wouldn't give to share one of his special coffees now!
Now, we don't want to appear churlish or ungrateful, but we have a request to all of those who are feeling our blog is their opportunity to make somewhat pointed comments about us, please do so under your actual name so we have some chance ...
... 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 ...