Antonine Hotel

1 Manor Street, Falkirk, Falkirk District, Scotland, FK1 1NT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1 Manor Street, Falkirk, is near Falkirk Wheel, Linlithgow Palace, and Xtreme Karting.
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    Travel Blogs from Falkirk

    Falkirk and Friends

    A travel blog entry by lynnyslonglaugh on Aug 13, 2014

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    I love that show Megastructures and today I visited two feats of engineering in Falkirk The Kelpies The Kelpies are 30 metre high horse head sculptures, weighing 300 tonnes each and are clad in 990 uniquely shaped stainless steel plates. They are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland and are really magnificent structures to see from both far away and close up. You can see them from the other end of the park, but ...

    Day two - Our first wild camp

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Apr 25, 2014

    We slept in today and didn't leave our campsite in the wilderness until midday. When we were finally organised we went to explore Stirling. - Wallace Monument: This was an interesting stop. Had a lovely walk around the surrounding woods which was lovely. No red squirrel sightings though. We purchased our best investment yet of our ...

    Full steam ahead

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... years after Hadrian's effort, it runs from the Forth to the Clyde - the narrowest part of Scotland, but was abandoned after about 120 years, possibly because it was of turf and earth construction and only 10 foot high. The remaining 'wall' has been ploughed into the landscape and now consists of an earth embankment riding probably only 2-3 foot above the surrounding countryside - very easy to miss if you are not aware of what it is.

    We also note the position of ...

    Falkirk Wheel

    A travel blog entry by rainyfly on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... above, or from the pool below and are rotated to the opposite position where they leave the gondola and continue their journey. There is a visitors centre and cafe at the complex as well as picnic facilities and a children's playground. The visitors centre runs boats that take passengers on the wheel and along the canal above through a tunnel as far as the next lock, where the boat turns around and rides the wheel back to the wharf at the bottom. ...

    Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

    A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... also very sticky.

    Kirsten told us that Edinburgh was referred to by the locals as “Auld Reekie”. It was called this because of the smoke caused by its industries as well as the stench from the lake that once resided where Princes Gardens is today. This lake, which was termed Nor’ Loch was drained in about 1800. Before that, it was used as the town’s sewer and water supply, as well as a place to drown witches. What a nasty place ...