Dakota Hotel Glasgow

Address: 1 - 3 Parklands Avenue, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML1 4WQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 - 3 Parklands Avenue, Motherwell, is near M & D's Scotland Theme Park, The Time Capsule, Strathclyde Country Park, and The David Livingstone Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Motherwell

      Dunfermline

      A travel blog entry by andrewamos on Sep 20, 2014

      23 photos

      We drove to Dunfermline, where Adrian teaches, and had a walk down the main street.

      The sun was out, and we walked to the Abbey and Palace, which was ruined around 1560. There is still a church there, though.

      Dunfermline felt like a larger city, with several other prominent streets leading off the main street, and again - there ...

      Washing, Rugby and Scotland

      A travel blog entry by drjspudnz on Aug 02, 2014

      7 photos

      ... but would have been won on penalty. The next job on the agenda is to get up to Scotland. Andy drove the first leg and Matt plucked up the courage to have a go. The odrive up was pretty uneventful. We took the A1 on the way up which was more coastal and scenic but it was a bit foggy. Rolled into Edinburgh about 5 pm. ...

      Ballater to Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by cdonaldson on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment

      ... we stopped for a photo, and we were closer to snow than we have been anywhere else! We came through the Cairnwell Pass, which is the highest mountain pass in Scotland. The roads were steep and lots of twists and turns. It actually has gates at each end to close it in bad weather. Once through the pass, the land gradually became more typical farmland, and changed quite dramatically. We finally crossed the Forth Road Bridge, and ...

      Where we are at so far

      A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Mar 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... been fun. As you can see from the picture of the items we are unsure as yet who is to carry them. My rucksack is looking favourite, at the moment. Trying to cover all angles from bites. Cuts. Sun. Hanging up washing. Drinking and eating. Although there will be shops on route. Except on the train for 8 days. We still need the bare essentials.

      All the training of the Military is coming in handy now.(LOL)

      Monsoon season is a ...

      Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 28, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... for the forthcoming tattoo, that the seats are constructed at a 45 degree angle out over the cliff on two sides. The drop underneath the seating is about 70 metres - certainly not for the faint hearted. Settlement on this high volcanic outcrop dates from pre Roman times as it always provided an ideal defensive position and it always attracted a town population around it who could seek protection behind its defences. You have to ...