Temple View Hotel

Western Isles ,Rd,North Uist, North Uist, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS6 5EJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from North Uist

Underground Caving... WOW

A travel blog entry by jess416

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... they were pretty simple to make. After putting the peppers on the cooking sheet and attempting to move them to the oven 3 times, I finally got them in... every time they would fall over... HASSLE! Anyways they fell over in the oven as well but luckily the contents just spilled out onto the cooking sheet and I was able to re stuff the peppers. (can you tell I am very proud of myself about these peppers considering I am detailing every step) they were delish! Just went to Tesco ...

The Widow of Oz Adventures.

A travel blog entry by carrie03

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... Ended my night in the karaoke bar with Helen and Ray who were two of my internet cruise buddies gave them another rendition of the Blanket song ( thinking of changing to Coal Miner's daughter) then to bed. Tomorrow is my Taikeri Train ride in Dunedin. 8am in the theatre as we leave at 8.30. G'night folks. Day 12 Well Kiwi's as u know from a post on the book of faces I was in Dunedin yesterday. Up with whatever bird it is that likes to frequent this neck of the woods for a spot ...

Burlesque? Burlesque!

A travel blog entry by alessandro.dh

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Can't share many photos, accept for the ones in which my brother and I feature. No, we weren't part of the show. & No, you won't see us in Burlesque-ish clothing. (Wouldn't be the prettiest sight I'm afraid.) We did get to take a picture of some of the burlesque ladies, who were so kind to pose for a souvenir though.



Coming up in the near future: our weekend in Glasgow.

That's all for now.

Ales


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Forth again

A travel blog entry by dawnc

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... workforce. His brother in law William Robb was employed in the mine as a 15 year old as a drawer. i have yet to find out what that was.

Jim Griffin has spent all his life here and had very interesting stories to tell, from what he remembered and what he had been told. He talked about swimming in the little burn that runs across the mining area and down beside the Wilsontown village. The water ran black from being used to wash the coal and when ...

Heaps O' Heart-y Haggis Had

A travel blog entry by mikemaya

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... chilly walk back).

Despite the swarms of parking Nazis, Edinburgh was a great city, full of Ghostly charm and medieval mystery. We walked under the South Bridge where apparently thieves, hookers and killers had spent their days in medieval times. We saw none of these, but it definitely had a shady feel to it.

Edinburgh is laid out like a giant fishbone, with the head being the castle and the bones of the ribs being the little medieval streets. Walking ...

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This hotel, located on Western Isles ,Rd,North Uist, North Uist, is near Buchanan Street, Xscape Braehead, S V Glenlee, and Clydebank Titan.
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