The Old Tram House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Tram House Stirling
Lovely stay - had upper floor room with view of Wallace Monument. Could walk to town/restaurants. Good full breakfasts around large table with other guests. Pleasant owner / manager.
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Woke up before 5 AM! But got 7 hours of sleep.
Lovely view out the window of the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond.
Not raining or windy... for now. Power went off while I was in the shower but came back on in time for breakfast. We had full Scottish breakfast (orange yolk eggs!) Had a lovely chat wwith an older couple from England who …
... Stirling area we decided to go back to the Cross Keys in Kippen. Delicious for British food.....we have to admit we much preferred the Italian fare. The Scottish fare seemed so much more bland and never enough salt on the chips (fries). Oh and we discovered a new favorite dessert.....Sticky Toffee Pudding! So yummy! Wish we would have ordered it the first time we were there.
Next stop....the Isle of Iona!
... more young children, too. The second message was about not looking back, but looking forward. I took a lot of notes to review later.
I had a little time afterward for more fellowship and photos, then I said my goodbyes and walked down the hill to meet my sister who was going to find short term parking and walk up toward me. I brought some leftover sweet treats for her, which she much appreciated, because she had gotten busy around the house and forgotten ...
... to get down to the castle and a good area to shoot some photos. We worked out a deal to get teachers on for free if we paid for 40 students at 5 pounds (which is the price for children under 15) which was a deal since more than half our group is over 15. Before we could pay our tour guide Will pulled out a magic pass and for us all in for free!! So we spends the next 40 minutes rachinf around snapping ...
... hills and decided that our best plan of action was to just head in the direction of the biggest one. After a slight detour we did in fact manage to find our way there. Let the fun begin!
One potential danger was the possibility of being pelted by golf balls as the first stage of the walk is almost completely surrounded by a golf course.