Premier Inn Livingston - Bathgate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... a spectacle! We left Edinburgh the next morning and headed up to Aviemore in the highlands. The drive up there was pretty scenic, but very similar to what we are used to seeing in NZ - Hayden said that it reminded him of the desert road for most of the trip. We headed to a reindeer farm when we arrived, unfortunately we missed the trip to see the wild reindeer, but we saw the four that they had at the visitor centre which was nice. Hayden managed to touch one on the nose as ...
... tea in a pretty tea house with scones and cream. Glasgow seems to be a bigger and busier city than Edinburgh. There were a lot more people around who seemed to be working rather than tourists. A nice place to see. Yesterday Vish and I did a day tour called West Highlands and Castles. We got very lucky with the weather so it only drizzled a few times. My favourite part of the trip was driving past a small town called Cairndow and up the hill ...
... stone the giant signs of 'No Photography and No Video' makes entering this tiny chapel a waste of time. You can take video of the outside but nothing inside, which is where all the true magic of this chapel lies. It's basically one room, still used as a church today, and then a crypt below. With not being able to take photos or video you can be in and out of this chapel having seen all you need to see in under five minutes. A good entry fee for this ...
... 1542 at Linlithgow Palace and became queen at 6 days old. She was sent to France when she was five and lived as part of the Royal Family. In 1558, at the age of 15, she was married to the Prince of France, who became king the following year. She returned to Scotland as a widow in 1560 after the reformation had begun. The Catholic Scotland that she knew as a child had become Protestant. Although queen, she was allowed to practice her Catholicism but only in ...
... spontaneous idea turned into a great weekend and fabulous start to something really great.