Stirling Youth Hostel
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Haven't stayed in a youth hostel before so just comparing to normal hostels. Staff were friendly but rooms were not no great
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The bands have been practicing hard over the past two days and are sounding great. The weather has been very kind to us - its very warm and if it keeps up I will be returning home with a sun tan.
But despite the fairly light schedule so far, we are all a bit worn out. Saturday and Sunday are set to be big and busy days with very early starts and late finishes to get us to the two competitions. North Berwick on Saturday and Perth on Sunday.
... stop than a tour stop to ensure that we had time to see both sites. When we arrived at Loch Ness, we discovered that the visitor centre wasn’t actually on the loch itself, but in a nearby town. As a result, we decided to head a bit further up the highway to see what we could find. This proved to be a great decision, as we came upon the ruins of Urquhart Castle, which were right along the Loch. We were a bit disappointed when we discovered that we ...
... and John went on a date, and we had an absolute ball. We had bought a copy of Wreck It Ralph, so we all watched that together snuggled up on the couch and cushions on the floor, which was just lovely. The boys were in bed and just about to fall asleep when Claire and John came back, so we all hung out for a little while longer before the boys were persuaded to go to sleep.
We enjoyed a couple of drams with Claire and John before heading back to our apartment; what a great day!
... 4 hours it took to get from London to Edinburgh.
Finally, we made it to Edinburgh a little crabby and a little tired. We found out we were only about a 5 minute walk from the train station to our hostel which was perfect. As we walked to our hostel we realized we were located right in the center of town and we could walk out the hostel door and see Edinburgh Castle... this cheered us all up a bit.
Later that night ...
... trees are very slender and unlike New Zealand, there is no real undergrowth apart from litter! When we got north of Newcastle we could see the North Sea lapping onto the coast and in due course Firth of Forth.
We arrived at Edinburgh Waverley Station and thankfully did not need (yet) to go through passport control. We prefer to walk rather than taxi and walked up a hill until we found the hotel – the Holiday ...