Premier Inn Livingston - Bathgate
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Travel Blogs from Bathgate
... was unnerving, you could feel the rush of wind that came along with them. Scary. I screeched at every swoop much to Leigh's amusement. At least we knew they were after their lunch rather than us!
Inverness was a lovely highlands town but our greatest adventure was driving through the mountains south of there. We drove through Loch Ness which I must say felt like a bit of an anti climax. It is beautiful but we didn't see any monsters at ...
... to play it.
It was not the end of my musical day, however; one further treat awaited me. John Butt was in Edinburgh making a recording of Bach's St. John Passion in a liturgical context, and for that he needed a "congregation" to sing framing chorales. And so, through a wonderful stream of connections, I became part of that Leipzig congregation, relocated in the Kirk of the Greyfriars in Edinburgh.
... new food and got along well with all of the kids. All of the kids seemed to have left with a gift or two each. Alex and Hannah were both so interested in Canadian culture whcih was nice to share with them.
When it came time to leave we all hugged, made plans to meet up with Auntie Alex and the kids the following day, and trucked up the many blocks still in the rain back to the car and back to the house. We had more wine and tea and finished off the ...
Arriving at Edinburgh Waverley was very exciting for me as this would be the first time I had set foot in Scotland. Now I suspect this is a daft thing to say...but....leaving the station and venturing out into the city was good. During this E2E jaunt I have stepped out into a few cities and (I don't know about you but..) you always get a 'feel' for a place, and in Edinburgh it felt good/safe. Maybe it's the locals, maybe it is because ...
... We finally arrived in Edinburgh at 4.25pm. Geoff picked us up from the station and took us to Edinburgh airport where we picked up our rental car - a Renault Clio and we followed him back to their house.
We had tea consisting of pumpkin soup and oatcakes and desert with Geoff and Marion and then we talked a bit more before going to bed at 10pm.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking