Premier Inn Livingston - Bathgate
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We had our breakfast at the Elephant house and left Edinburg for the airport to pick up the car. After some exciting turns around several roundabouts we were on our way to Stirling Castle. This castle has been around for many centuries. It has long been a place of safety monarchs who feel threatened. James IV renovated this castle in preparation for his marriage to Margaret Tudor (Henry VIII's sister). They were Mary Queen of Scot's grandparents. unfortunately, James IV ...
... parades, no bagpipes in this one. It was pretty cool, but so loud. I got all of that done before our show, it made me feel good. The show went very well and we had another reviewer come. His review was incredible. He "highly recommended " our show ( I only know what the review said because I am actually writing this blog on Sunday morning). We also got the new keyboard today...finally!!! It was so nice playing on a full size with weighted keys, now I ...
... beyond. Many locals were out on the hills and the paths below the summit, usually walking their dogs. A young Scot walking his dog took our photo and said that there were lots of photos in existence with two people and a dog (his dog) on top of Aurthur's seat! Apart from wandering around the Old Town and on the edges of New Town (only new in comparison with the Old Town), strolling through Princes Gardens and admiring buildings we did visit ...
... they eat and drink!
A big thank you to my bakers, Celia, Rachel, Darina and Mary.
Also a big thank you for all the donations so far, I have received shoes, toothbrushes, toothpaste, pencils, colouring books, soap, balloons and more. The generosity so far has been fantastic. I could not believe it when my email asking for goodies to take for ...
... and they were fantastic, especially when they danced Ganman style and did the haka. They were followed by the Lochiel marching team - who were also very good and did a combination with the army band as well. The tattoo went for 1.5hrs and after that we took a taxi back to J and J arriving at 12.30am to find a party with the neighbours going full strength for JIm's birthday. I went to bed at 1.30 after falling asleep
In the chair with the rest of them going to bed at 2.45am. A great ...