West Port Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The Palace at Linlithgow We spent a pleasant afternoon yesterday at Linlithgow Palace. There's something about clambering over a ruined palace that puts the sturm and drang of life into perspective. No matter how dramatic our times may be, our own lives may be, we too will leave this all behind. Perhaps our story will be told, or perhaps we will have been lucky enough to live a quiet, happy life whose only traces are left in the people we have loved ...
... Maybe anytime really! We had lunch in the now tea-rooms, soup, and a cup of tea in lovely china cups, souvenired my paper napkin and headed to our next stay for 3days. What a delight our new little home is, Marcus has done extremely well here :). Just when we needed a really good stretch, and a touch of time by ourselves, it's ideal. Got all our washing done, and cooked ourselves some pasta bake, bottle of wine and the TV on - bliss ! Friday morning we headed into town ...
Walking down the hill, we again passed by the old prison which is now a government building and took Jacob's ladder back towards High Street. We were now on a gift finding mission as it was the last day of our trip and still needed to find a few things for some people back home. The one interesting thing I did learn on this trip is that my mothers maiden name 'Hamilton' is of Scottish decent so perhaps after all there is a bit of scottish in me. ...
... five point turns are not a good idea with a trailer. Turns out the A and B roads are really not that bad and we arrive at the Forth Road Bridge without any problems. In fact it may even have been a better route as we did not have to negotiate Cupar town centre, which was choc-o-block yesterday at 3pm, so who knows what it was like this morning. The drive on the M90 approaching the bridge is pretty hairy - we are not used to all this traffic! Ian tells me to look at the ...
... the coat of arms of the members who have been bestowed the great honor.
I walked around the backside of the church, where there was a parking lot area. Here was a large building known as the Old Parliament House. This housed the Scottish Parliament until 1707, when it was dissolved. It now holds the civil law courts. I went to the entrance, and was about to go in, when a man at the entrance said they were closed on Saturday’s, and I would need ...