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... br abp="1160">back to the hostel and then 2 of them and I went to a club. On the subway
though, we came across these drunk guys who sang me happy birthday and made a
huge fuss! I have no idea who they are or where the video ended up haha!Was not my intention, but it was really good. We danced and
met some other lovely folk…and that is about all I can remember.We got in at 3:30am when the sun way beginning to show.Lisa xo
... was a major strategic point between the south of Scotland and the north. In the 1300s it played a major part in the Scottish Wars of Independence. Two major battles were fought near here, within sight of the Castle. The first was the Battle of Stirling Bridge, the second the Battle of Bannockburn (1314 - exactly 700 years ago this month!). The Wallace Monument is also at Stirling, and can be seen in some of my photos from ...
... taken here as a young girl to hide from the English. When we arrived, there was a family of six waiting for the boat. It started to rain as we arrived in the car park, but we thought we'd go out to the island. Then we saw the boat, it was a small open boat, so we decided to come back later! Driving on, the rain continued. We stopped at Aberfoyle, a village with an excellent wool centre and gift shop, and a separate tourist information centre, which maintained ...
... it's not far away. This is a partial ruin, but it still has some interesting places to explore. The audio guide was excellent. Several more spiral stairs to climb, they're certainly a challenge! The last one was right up to the top battlements. Lyndall decided not to go, she's had enough of spiral stone stairs. This was definitely the worst one I've climbed. Dunfermline Abbey had a ...
... able to get a nice baseball cap. Lyndall got a very unique piece of jewellery. After that we made a quick visit to the old maternity hospital, which is now a business centre. This is where Anne was born. We then found Grandpa Ross' grave, which also has an inscription to Gran. Lastly, we went to Canmore Golf Club, where Mum's family lived while she was growing up. We left Dunfermline after a fascinating visit, covering both history ...
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