Ravenswood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... just off the road. Followed swiftly bu the Wallace monument, on top of a craggy hill.
I later heard from one of our group, that he got a cab in Stirling on his first day and was not sure what the monument was, so he asked his cab driver, a self-described local of 45 years - who said he had no idea what it was. Despite living in Stirling his entire life it had never occured to him to wonder that this Gothic Victorian tower might be for. Odd enough ...
... it didn't arrive yet.
Friday night there was a volleyball "friendly" from 7-8:30pm so I figured I would go. It was open to the men's and women's volleyball team since the other team was going to be co-ed as well. I arrived and by 7:15 there was only 5 of us girls, no one who knew how to set up the net, and no opposing team so we got ready to leave and of course as soon as we're ready to go, the other team shows. They traveled 2.5 hours for this "friendly" ...
... saw three people.
The town was quaint and quiet. The loneliness allowed me to really take in the experience; the last castle in Europe for at least a little while. I thought about what I had learned from the tour guide yesterday; about William Wallace and the Battle of Stirling Bridge, which all took place in the small space between the castle and a rather unimpressive hill about a mile away (this spot is ...
... the history better than these tourist castles that have people standing in costume and the interiors renovated to try and show you the history. I wouldn't say it was a waste of time but definitely prefer seeing castle ruins.
It was getting late into the afternoon, so after the castle we made the short drive over to the Wallace Monument. Kara stayed in the car as she had no desire to climb to the top of the monument. I missed the minibus shuttle ...
... I have red hair hahah, at least we aren't in Ireland anymore I got sick of being asked for Directions again tourists think ask the red head she must be Irish! They thought either Ireland or America because apparently our outfits were stylist and too stylish for Australia and then as soon as we said we were from Australia they asked if we lived at Bondi and if we knew Alf Stewart. That's pritty much ...