Stirling Youth Hostel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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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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... interesting) followed by a tasting....Justin quite enjoyed himself and bought a couple of little sample bottles for our journey :) We also stopped off at Johnston's of Elgin, a cashmere mill/store...some lovely (and pricey) products, but the tour bus of oldies had just arrived so we quickly looked through and pushed on. We only drove through Inverness, whilst pretty enough, we were not staying so just had a quick look about, Justin really wanted to ...
... The podium table also doubled as the information table, and had some papers incl. Church updates and GN, etc. (I was later offered the GN, containing a special British supplement, and a Revelation booklet, which I gladly accepted after checking that no one else needed them).
This group was a lovely example of a small, humble group of God's people meeting together for worship and fellowship who do a lot with what they have been given. There was ...
Had a cup of coffee there and then walked through the gardens to pick up our final bus for the day - which was the Heritage Tour. We had planned on going out to the Royal Yacht Brittania but we had left it too late. The tour was very good and the guide had a great knowledge about how the city had developed. We saw some very old places and some quite modern ones. He was quite proud of it being ...
... Cross station but the cab driver we spoke to said it would cost us a fortune because of all the road closures around Hyde Park. Consequently we took the tube and had no trouble negotiating the trains or the walk between the underground and overground stations with our luggage. We had a first class ticket on the train to Edinburgh and our seats were very spacious and comfortable. We had a table and, with nobody sitting opposite, we were able to stretch out. It ...
... out! Damn! Will have to come back later in the year! So instead we went back to the Indian place we had gone to with the group the other day, Shamoli. The guys there remembered us, and were super friendly. They were suggesting meals for us to try, and I think we all got what they suggested. Darren and Lyle both asked for hot meals. And they got it. Lyle made it through his, but I think this was the second time in my life I've ever seen something that was too hot for Darren to eat!! ...