Premier Inn Falkirk East

Address: Beancross Road, Polmont, Falkirk District, Scotland, FK2 0YS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Beancross Road, Polmont, is near Falkirk Wheel, Linlithgow Palace, Tomb of the Eagles, and Xtreme Karting.
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    Travel Blogs from Polmont

    Ready for the Off

    A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 20, 2014

    ... 12 kgs. Now I seem to be struggling with a big bag and a carry on bag.

    Technology has a lot to answer for as no two cameras have the same battery or same charger, there are USB to mini cables and USB to micro cables, convertors, MP3s Netbooks, USBs phones and more. I've also got my walking frame to consider. Still not really sure of it's value on a trip but it is good for the camera bag ...

    A little bit of everything

    A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... some veal sausage links at the farmers market the week before and they needed to be cooked. I picked up some rolls, peppers, onions from the supermarket and went back to the flat to cook. Lunch was so good and everyone loved it. Then clean up. It was nice having 5 people clean up. We were able to get it done quickly and move on to the next adventure. We had a few hours to kill before we met back at Cmain. We decided to walk through new town and head towards the river. ...

    Edinburgh Day 3

    A travel blog entry by snealy on Jul 12, 2014

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    Today, after some trip advisor research we hit Arthur's Seat, a huge ex volcano that overlooks Edinburgh. Trip Advisor reviews warned us it was a fair climb and it certainly was. It took us about 40 minutes to get to the top and we took the quick "radical" trail which pews pretty much straight up Ricky stairs. All the way up we got beautiful views that just got better as we ascended and we felt a great sense of achievement when we got up there. ...

    The long road home

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Jan 23, 2014

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    ... were also now covered in white snow.Finally back on the main road towards Breamar where it was getting rather icy and I had to be rather careful on the curves etc. Here as always I stopped at the local garage and filled my tank and had my usual cup of hot chocolate. It was here that the lady behind the counter tells me that the road to Glenshee might well be closed after loads of snow overnight, lets hope she is wrong were my words!!Warmed up I climb back onto ...

    My Scottish roots

    A travel blog entry by sandraking on Aug 06, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... t get lost!) I was hoping to perhaps locate a burial record for Elizabeth O’Hara’s father, Henry, who was a mason in the city and who died on 17th March 1833. I asked for some help and very kind people popped out of everywhere. We searched the church’s burial records but couldn’t find anyone named O’Hara. It was then that someone mentioned there were 3 St Cuthbert’s in Edinburgh! What city has 3 ...