Travelodge Livingston

Address: The Hub, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6QX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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      Yesterday Cruising and sight seeing

      A travel blog entry by cgadams1947 on Sep 05, 2013

      ... just after it closed for tours. But did get to see outside Then on to our mooring for the night near The Bleeding Wolfe pub. They had jazz night so we spent some time there. I did have a glass of Dizzy Blonde light beer as i was in English pub- but still never liked taste of beer :) We. Are now going back thru the Harecadtle ...

      Travelling around

      A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 03, 2013

      ... great to see.
      We then headed just out of Falkirk to go on the Falkirk wheel on the Firth of Forth canal. This wheel is designed to take canal barges from one lock to another. The barges drive into the wheel and are enclosed along with water and then Archimedes's principal applies. There is a corresponding 'pod' on the other side of the wheel and the wheel turns 360 deg using the power of boiling 8 jugs of water - amazing.
      From there we went ...

      Learning From the Locals

      A travel blog entry by levi.w.francis on May 12, 2013

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      This trip has already given me a broader perspective on how there is much more varying ideas and opinions concerning religion, social issues, politics, and economics than I am use to, even with the advantage of going to The Ohio State University. After having a productive conversation with a native Scot, I've come to understand a few things:

      -The majority of people in the UK and rest of Europe believe in Barak Obama and see him as a powerful man whose ...

      Feeling every bit the tourist in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by cathyandjustin on Apr 06, 2012

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      ... all a bit old for me'. Me too.


      We hot footed it over to the restaurant for lunch in the hope that this would pick up our spirits. After all, the Witchery had received rave reviews and was quite hard to get into. Several bland dishes later, a hefty bill and a headache from the dark we left the restaurant feeling a bit deflated. Perhaps the sou chef responsible for seasoning was on holidays for Easter?! Who knows. Nothing a ...

      Walking around damp Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by maxmorley on Apr 23, 2011

      ... had a couple of local brews at the Three Sisters along Cowgate. Walked over Carlton Hill to get back home in the mist/rain. Watched the Roar grand final DVD for a couple of hours while the weather fined up. Very light quite late so we walked to "A Room in Leith" for a pint then on to Compass for dinner. The stroll around the shoreline and back home was great. The ...