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Travel Blogs from Stirling
... I am proud to say that I didn't hit into the net once! (maybe out a few times but that's better than netting!)
Thursday was pretty chill. Went to class and such and had another lab for my Global Environmental Issues class. Wasn't too bad. We wanted to go out Thursday night but ended up staying in so I skyped with Corey for a bit and that was nice :)
Friday I went to my class 9-10 and then decided to be semi productive so I went to the library ...
... the same to those seen in
London and Germany. The ice-skating rink however provides so many laughs, its
Funniest Home Videos live.. The falls, slides and saves provided us endless
Taking some time out in the hostel, Eloise
took up chatting to a couple of English guys who invited us on the local pub
crawl for the night.. Hesitant but really was I ever going to say no, we
ventured out.. 150 people ...
... but we still had another hour drive ahead of us to go visit Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
Arriving at Stirling Castle we had beautiful sunny weather. It was a bit hefty in terms of admission price at 14 pounds each but it was the only castle we planned on going into so it was fine. It was a neat castle and had some beautiful views but we found Dunluce Castle in Ireland to be more enjoyable. I think seeing castle ruins lets you experience ...
... Ness and, obviously, not a monster to be seen. A beautiful, stunning day though, and the water was as calm as a millpond when we first started, got a bit choppier a bit further on. We stopped at a wee place called Fort William for lunch (our coach driver said he is up this way all the way the time and has only seen it fine on 4 days in the last year - five now!!) and then continued on past Loch Lomond and on to Stirling. Our hotel in Stirling ...
... place you looked forward to returning to at the end of a busy day.
Like most cities in Europe, Edinburgh can be divided into the original old city and a modern expansion. It is all so walkable, with delights around every corner. The old city just oozes history. The new city, in contrast, is smart and sophisticated. A street known as the Royal Mile separates the two, and takes you from the Royal Palace where the Queen stays when she breezes ...