Premier Inn Livingston - Bathgate
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a Italian chain store till it opened, desperate days called for desperate measures. A quick debrief of the night over pasta we headed back to the airport to head home. After flight delays and circling above London a few times we landed back at Heathrow, weary and jaded. Our next New Years is set for New York 2016. Tomorrow Billy and I are going to white city Westfield, I've got my fingers crossed for a sudden splurge of generosity from Billy as we pass the Prada ...
... one of the most beautiful places he has been, however the other night he called to have a pizza delivered. The pizzeria asked for the address and he said Edinburgh castle, the pizza guys thought it was a prank and hung up the phone. Scotland's Crown Jewels are also here. They consist of some jewelry, a crown, sword and sceptre. The crown is made from all Scottish materials, the gold and all the stones. The crown dates back to 1540. The sceptre was a gift from pope Alexander VI and ...
... at Inverness. It has 8 locks within 500 yards and allows larger boats and cruises and opens up the inland/highlands to the ocean. It was something we particularly wanted to see and do and weren't disappointed. Went on a couple of mountain and loch walks and found the Claichaig Inn in magnificent country and it was also featured in a Harry Potter movie. We dropped in here on a couple of occasions. We also went ...
... heading back up the stairs. Since Gilmerton Cove was so small, we sent our students in three separate groups to view it. From Gilmerton Cove, we drove to Calton Hill for an opportunity to view the Scottish National Monument, which many Scots refer to as the “National Disgrace”. Essentially, the site contains a completed tower and a half finished acropolis. Apparently, the Scottish government ran out of money and had to abandon the project. The hilltop site ...
... the lovely Polish girl helped us to book a B&B for the night. We walked around the centre of the city for a bit but then decided to head off to the B&B via Holyrood Park and the Holyrood Palace. It is apparently the Queen's official residence in Scotland - other than Balmoral, I guess. No Queen's flag but definitely guards around. We now are in the top floor of the MW Townhouse with a very cute window seat and sloping ceilings. We ...