Travelodge Livingston

Address: The Hub, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6QX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Counting Down

    A travel blog entry by bwxen2 on Nov 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... passion for the backpack has returned, along with some happy internet Amazon shopping for the latest high tech gadgets. I realise that most of the weight is in fact 'contingency' (ie medicine kit and 'spare' bibs and bobs). And yes I know that I could probably easily get most of this stuff in India at a tenth of the price, but one piece of wisdom I have acquired throughout my roaming is to never assume anything. So I am ...

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by dondrea on Jul 14, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... Mile.' The Royal Mile is a succession of streets between the Edinburgh Castle and the Holyrood Palace that represents a roughly one-mile walk through Old Town Edinburgh. As we strolled down the Royal Mile, we passed many very impressive old builidings, including cathedrals, military buildings, and old residential blocks. Edinbugh has done well maintaining these very impressive historical landmarks. The city ...


    A travel blog entry by aschu21 on Feb 19, 2013

    30 photos

    After much contemplation, I decided I needed to see a piece of Scotland while I was on the island. With plans already in place for travel after London, the only time I have to go is this last week. I booked a same-day return flight to Edinburgh for myself, & once I arrived to city center, any regrets were out the window! The morning sun behind the Victorian gothic architecture was absolutely breathtaking! Instead of trying to navigate a whole new bus system, I just ...

    Arthurs seat and exploring Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by shallan on Jul 13, 2012

    ... in tiny cramped quarters with very narrow streets and stories rising up to 14 levels!! Sunlight (when ever it decided to come out) thus rarely got to the ground level. They were also hit by the plague ELEVEN times!! Poor buggers :( Fascinating though. It was the tea time (salmon and Scottish ale) before bed. As a nice end to the day, Glades luggage showed up unharmed at about 10.30pm that night! Hurrah ...