Ravenswood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... beginning of a dehydration headache. As we were seating I asked if it was possible to grab a bottle or glass of water as I was getting a headache, the lovely flight attendant promised to get one as soon as we were taxiing out. (didn't happen). After take off I asked again, as I was feeling quite ordinary by then, ("of course sir, as soon as I finish ….) still didn't happen. I find it really ironic that as we take off, the pilot and / or ...
... Scottish accent said, "I have a dog too, but I rarely let it off its leash." I am not sure if this was meant as a criticism of our students as he said it with a smile on his face, but it certainly left me guessing. Our students were very well behaved, so I don't believe that he was hinting that there was a problem. We returned to the bus in preparation for the drive to our hotel which was close to 40 minutes outside Stirling. I was not sure about the ...
... from afar and some other random pretty parts of the campus.
After we were done walking around, we stopped for some coffee at Starbucks on campus, the only one in the town of Stirling! We hung around for a bit and then went back to our dorms and I made a microwave dinner. So easy and pretty tasty but considering it was Weight Watchers... It didn't fill me up very much. I spent the remainder of the night snacking on this and ...
... Wallace Memorial in the distance made me feel amongst history's greatest.
I left the castle, and because I had some time to spare and it had just started to sun-shower, I found a cafe and bought the biggest hot chocolate I could find, accompanied by the fluffiest, pinkest marshmallows I've ever seen.
An hour later I boarded the train, headed back to Glasgow, and packed my bags for home.
... but our guide liked to talk a lot and we didn't walk as much as we would have liked but still interesting to see a few of the different places up the Royal Mile. Saw where JK Rowling wrote the first two Harry Potter books - didn't go in because there was a huge line! Saw Greyfriars Graveyard and Grass markets. By the time we had finished our tour it was 12. So we found a nice place for lunch ...