Champany Inn

Address: Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, EH49 7LU, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Linlithgow, is near Linlithgow Palace, Tomb of the Eagles, Kingsfield Leisure, and St. Michael's Parish Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Linlithgow

    Being Mom

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 28, 2013

    14 photos

    ... of cannibals who would murder their meal. On the our boat ride it was pitch black and they would obviously make it suspenseful. Michelle grabbed my arm and was holding on tight. At first I thought she was kidding, but no she was being serious and scared. At one point when sitting in the boat, I grabbed her neck really fast and she freaked put by grabbing me and then hugging my legs. I laughed hysterically, Michelle did ...

    London to Linlithgow

    A travel blog entry by judy59 on May 31, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and ride down the road to their days work. No body in the way for me to see them and it was just amazing seeing such big horses making their way to work so to speak, and the uniforms etc. Not where most people see them but it was so cool. Neat having my own tour guide who knows little secrets about London the most tourists would never find. From there we walked to Harrods. Ok what a building great from the outside. The best food hall I think I ...

    From Royalty to Relics

    A travel blog entry by chrisngary on May 26, 2013

    2 comments, 51 photos

    ... something. Through the ticket office and through the next gate - this one built in 1400 something. It is just amazing. Up the top is a small chapel, built in the 11th century and the first building on the Mount. Then David's wall was built in the 12th century, then other bits and pieces. It was so amazing. It seems every century built a new part to the Castle - event in the 1920's when they built the Scottish War Memorial.
    We saw in the Great Hall - built in the 15th century with ...

    Theatre Overload!!

    A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Aug 10, 2012

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... out to be the second week of our two-week vacation) the week of Aug 20th. So it looked like it was not going to work out for us to do both. "Are you crazy? We can't fly from Edinburgh to Seattle to go camping!" But as the time got closer we couldn't bear the thought of missing the Festival. So we threw caution to the wind and decided that we wouldn't let good judgment get in the way of a good time. So we booked ...

    If it's no Scottish, it's Crap

    A travel blog entry by barbanddan on Jul 18, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... revolution and they shot the musket 2 times. Then, they shot the 1 o'clock cannon, called such because they fire it every day at 1. It used to help ships calibrate their instruments but today it's purely ceremonial. After the castle, we took a tour of Mary King's Close, the old part of the city that 17th century Edinburgh was built on top of. Plague, death, etc. Fun and another ...