D Luxe Hotel

Address: Hawkbrae, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6TW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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      Day 3 & 4 - The Lake District & Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by franmart on Sep 10, 2013

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      ... and retire. Short afternoon stop at Gretna Green - which many young eloped as this just on the border of Scotland and they could marry at 16 in the blacksmiths shop, in England 21 legal age to marry. The law has changed.
      Arrived Edinburgh at 5.30pm
      Attending Scottish dinner and cabaret tonight, apprehensive on trying 'haggis' but an open mind can do ...

      Whiskey Distillery

      A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 04, 2013


      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 2: Braving the World

      A travel blog entry by janiceing on Jun 20, 2013

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      ... the bathroom. Sounds weird, I know, but every surface area of the bathroom is filled with writing- witty quotes from the book (such as "This way to the ministry! 'arrow points towards toilet'" and "The Chamber of Secrets has been opened again" above the mirror) and little notes to the author (my favorite was "this story is the only patronus I'll ever need").

      Afterwards, I headed outside to see the statue commemorating ...

      Catch up and Scotland

      A travel blog entry by sydneychampigny on Dec 07, 2012

      1 comment, 48 photos

      ... travelers which departed from Edinburgh. We didn't get to spend any time at all in Edinburgh which was too bad, we caught the train from kings cross right after work on Friday and didn't get into Edinburgh until nearly midnight! It's always exciting to return to a city after being away for a number of years and know your way, which is what happened in Edinburgh! The old town is small and historic so not much has changed since 2007 and Adam and I hiked up the high street to ...