Travel Blogs from Livingston
... one as well and that was just as tasty.
Lemon roulade fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries followed by a couple of drams of whisky.
J and J's next door neighbours came over to say good bye to us which was really nice.
The four of us are just sitting chilling now - we've had a great time in Scotland - M and I are planning our next trip over here already --
Tomorrow we are on our way to Singapore.
... been to. The museum has everything, it is extremely well rounded and would appeal to all sorts of ages and cultures. The other great thing about going to museums here in the UK is that they are free. Icing on the cupcake folks.
When I went for a walk through the high street, there was a fire street performer. A large crowd had joined together and were watching him quite intently. I must say, he ...
again. Finally at 9am I walked back over and checked my bag in, headed to the
departure gate and boarded my plane. Weird and cool thing about the plane was
you don’t get allocated seats so you can choose where you sit, bonus for me
cause I got the window seat and slept the whole way…an hour flight.
With a little bit more energy
and not so baggy eyes I arrived in Edinburgh where Ruby was waiting for me ...
... our way back down the Royal Mile. In the afternoon we hit up the Museum of Edinburgh and the People's Museum. The Museum of Edinburgh wasn't that great, but the People's Museum was really cool. It tells the stories of the working class accompanied by facts, quotes and memorabilia. It definitely helped me appreciate all that we really have.
After the museums, we took a tour of the underground vaults. The vaults were ...
... We wandered past the Walter Scott Monument, which I wanted to climb, but it cost 3 pounds... 3 pounds just to climb some stairs? Glennica wasn't too keen on climbing 280 stairs anyway, so we passed. We headed up the hill to the Royal Mile, and discovered something unexpected, a "cute trinkets" store full of plush toys, bags, cell phone straps and keychains, the sort of thing you usually see in Japan. Glennica spent a really really long time in there but to her credit ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility