D Luxe Hotel

Hawkbrae, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6TW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Whiskey Distillery

    A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 04, 2013

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    Today Jim made crossiants with brie and bacon for our breakfast - a great way to start the day. We left home and headed up to the Highlands - something M and I had talked about doing but didn't think we would get there. We stopped off at Bankfoot in Perthshire for a coffee, of course. The coffee shop was part of a shopping complex which included a whisky shop with free tasting - of which we had to sample. We then went to Birnam where ...

    Travelling around

    A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 03, 2013

    ... his tombstone even though it was a small cemetery. As you can imagine there were several tombstones we couldnt read and some had fallen over.
    From there we went to the Canal Street burial ground to look for great x 4 grandfather - James Parlane - this was really run down as the church is for sale. The grass was taller than the tombstones andh most of them were fallen over. It was so sad to see the cemetery like this - no respect.
    We went ...

    Day 7 - Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by m_rosas91 on May 28, 2013

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    ... It was really nice to learn more about these men since they had a large impact on Scottish culture (and the preservation of it), and they continue to be heavily celebrated across the country.

    Later that afternoon, Nikki led us down Victoria Street - a curved, picturesque street with boutiques, restaurants, and another Harris Tweed shop. Dad even stopped to pick out some local whiskey. Looping around, we walked ...

    Scotland The Brave - Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Sep 17, 2012

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    ... this - sigh of relief - it doesn't close until 6.00pm and it is not even 5 so we make it in time.

    I have only associated the chapel with the Da Vinci Code but it has an amazing history. The chapel was founded in 1446 as the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew and took some 40 years to complete. Parts of the chapel were demolished and it fell into a state of disrepair but in the early 1800s the St Claire family began work to restore the interior of the building and by 1862 ...

    Rock 'n Roll Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Apr 15, 2012

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    ... was juicy, flavorful, and cooked perfectly. It was served with potato au-gratin, string bean, and broccoli. Dinner was so good, I couldn't pass up dessert which was a delicious fruit tart with ice cream. I think this was the best restaurant for the whole trip. Not only was the food great, it was reasonably priced. After the perfect meal, we walked down the Royal Mile and relived some of today's race. I slept very well that night.
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