Mercure Livingston

Address: Almondview, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6QB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Almondview, Livingston, is near Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Deer Park Golf and Country Club, Scottish Highlander, and Torphichen Preceptory.
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      Oh Scotland you beaut

      A travel blog entry by miura09 on Aug 19, 2013

      6 photos

      ... to get from city to city but also to travel within the cities. Please provide funds for expenses so we can do tourist stuff like hop on and hop off bus tours. Main attractions from each city. Please Dad, please provide toiletries like shavers, moisturisers and perfume. We headed to a free show called and Irish man walks into a bar - yurt. The yurt was a tent and the show itself wasn't too bad. Within the hour, ...

      Whiskey Distillery

      A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 04, 2013


      ... 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.


      Off we go!

      A travel blog entry by healsby on May 30, 2013

      ... she's an excellent driver.

      We were dropped off in the misty centre of Reykjavik, at the bus terminal, and walked for 15 minutes before finding our hostel and checked in. We met with Ingi, one of the brothers who owns and runs the hostel in a converted townhouse, and he was lovely. He showed us round, was very inquisitive about us and what we wanted to see and do whilst we were visiting the country, and he gave us some ...

      Over The Hills And Far Away

      A travel blog entry by jimmymac2012 on Sep 14, 2012

      23 photos

      ... As of this evening I've become a full member of the Heriot-Watt Scottish Whisky Society which, in my drunken and slightly delirious state, seems quite the accomplishment. Much remains to be done to get my feet back on the ground. Thankfully, a four day weekend lies ahead and with it the opportunity to settle myself into some semblance of a normal lifestyle. Alas, there's no rest for the weary.


      Arthur's Seat

      A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Apr 14, 2012

      33 photos

      ... I had a 14 inch pizza with ham, potato, and mushroom as the main course. It was okay. It was similar to New York style pizza but not as greasy. Dessert was a ricotta cheesecake with chocolate, strawberry, and ice cream. We made our way back to the hotel in some rain (first rain where we were actually outside) and ended the night watching British TV (The Voice, Britain's Got Talent, Top Gear, and some lame show called World Series of Dating).