Collingwood Arms Hotel
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... on Inner Farne. This is a National Trust island bird sanctuary. We had been warned we would be "dive bombed" by nesting birds, as with magpies in Aus. This place was amazing. Arctic terns nest next to the board walks leading from the boat. They rattle their beaks menacingly then dive bomb every passer by. I could feel their needle sharp bills hitting my hat. We saw so many birds, nests, eggs, really close up - ducks, puffins, ...
... the road towards Gibshiel. Keepers Cottage-(shown as pit houses on the OS map) was now being rented as a holiday home, the joiner mentioned earlier replacing windows and woodwork. He had lived in Greenaugh all his life and knew a late aged aunt of Alices’, having arranged her local 100th birthday party! We were also given details of local 'bell’ pits, coal mining pits which were dug from the surface as deep and as wide as ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... the massive exaggeration of the financial and personal crisis as the grapevine lengthened. We went to a really cool Cuban-themed club with real live Cubans there to play live music (how quaint)! Sidenote - I laughed at myself derisively and bewilderingly at this awesome Cuban club that we patronized, because they had "exotic" Peruvian beer called Cusquena - which, as Ben Reddy and I know, kind of tastes like urine and costs around $1 per liter in Peru. However, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed