Ravenswood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... t had such in many years. I figure that if I ate clotted cream very often, my arteries would soon become as clotted as the cream! But it sure was good. Thankfully I'm doing a lot of walking on this trip.
Mr . David Young gave an excellent split sermon (judging by its length) on peace, and how it is a fruit of the Spirit but not one of the listed gifts that God gives us - it takes time to develop it, and some of us need longer than others. Announcements ...
... everywhere before continuing on Stirling castle. Stirling castle proved to be more on the commercial end of most things we has seen so far. In their work to restore potions of the castle hey added modern touches like games for kids like blocks that assemble shields. Clothes to dress up in and other video and audio sections to tell stories of historic events. There were several great things to see but this ...
It's been a couple days since I last updated but a lot has happened since then! On Wednesday we had a lot of information sessions about stirling, life here, the university, safety, basically anything and everything you can imagine. It was rough getting up for breakfast at 7:30am but well worth it considering the continental breakfast at the hotel was just what I wanted. Unfortunately I wasn't feeling to well that morning and now have a bit of a cold but ...
... taste and was surprised by the taste. I didn't think I'd be able to stomach it... We saw Greyfriars Bobby, a dog from the 18th Century who's owner passed away when he was just 2 years old and the dog hung around the cemetery for the next 14 years waiting for him to come home. Such a sad story but they made a monument in his memory. We also walked through the cemetery which was very eerie, not my cup of tea but ...
... Being a long wheel base the van was already relatively roomy for the class of van, that space was maximised by the units we made along the offside of the inside space, and underneath the bed.
We decided on a traditional "rock 'n' roll" style bed, consisting of a folding metal frame ...