Ravenswood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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While in Stirling I also picked up some of the local lollies and treats for Zac. He is becoming a bit of a connoisseur of local sweets,
"they have lime and cherry tic tacs - you don't get those at home"
"the chocolates are all weird"
"Raspberry twizzlers taste like pink plastic"
I also got some Edinburgh Rock and some UFOs. Suffice to say I had to go back and get some more of ...
Today we went to Melrose Abbey. It took us 2 hours by bus to get there but was definitely worth it! I found it so cool and I liked how they didn't try to over restore it so that you could see how it actually was when monks used it. Even though the weather was cold and drizzly again, we made the best if it and really enjoyed it. The audio guides were really well done and we learnt a lot about how ...
... to have to pay to get to the ruins and there were no great photo opportunities from the parking area. At this moment, Will arrived on the scene and realized that he had a "Discovery Pass" that may give our group access for free. This turned out to be true, so we got our entire group in to see the ruins and Loch Ness. Urquhart Castle was a fantastic spot to take photographs. The castle must have been majestic at one point, before it began to crumble. Don ...
... in our hands and the kind campus popo asked if we were headed up to the flat with the party and we said yes and he said okay just a warning we're probably going to come up in 5 minutes and shut the party down. I thought it was interesting/weird that he basically informed us and everything. Much better than what would have happened at Susky though haha. As soon as we got up to the party, a bunch of Scott's friends/flatmates from South Africa told us that we ...
I took the train alone to the small town of Stirling on the last full day of my time in Scotland; they say "save the best for last", and in many ways I did. It was a short train ride from Glasgow, but it felt a world apart. The town was almost completely deserted when I stepped off the train, and as in Edinburgh, I knew to just climb the steepest hill until I reached a castle. On the thirty minute uphill walk, ...