Stirling Youth Hostel
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Day Two Today was an early start, in view of our planned day trip. Destination: Edinburgh. Breakfast was an uneventful cereal and fruit affair at the youth hostel; after a quick bit of washing-up and packing, we still had time for a wander up to the Castle and surrounding area - something we didn't have enough time for the previous evening. We didn …
Arrived in Stirling today after a seemingly quick three hour train ride with a change in Edinburgh's Waverly station. After getting off the train, we figured out how to get to the hostel and boy! what a hike that was up a hill for about a quarter to half of a mile with my monster that is my backpack on! It was pretty heavy, and I was glad when we …
Matt: According to our tour guide Jamie, Scotland has only won two battles. The battle of Stirling Bridge was one of them. We'd have to stay in Stirling. There is a castle and a huge monument to William Wallace. What more could you want in a town? We stayed in a hostel. We didn't get brutally murdered. Stirling surprised us; we weren't expecting …
... you would guess haha. So I had an array of different drinks, shots, etc at Ally's and then we finally made it to Dusk and danced all night.
Unforutately I had a class Wednesday morning at 9 so that was a bit rough but I made it. Wednesday afternoon I had my first lab for The Biosphere where we analyzed soil samples. I was so nervous because I didn't know what to expect but it went much better than I had originally thought. For dinner we had an ...
Today we visited Dunblane, where Eloise
spent her gap year working at the Queen Victoria School, a boarding school for
children of parents in the UK military. It was a quaint and cute little town,
not offering much to look at but was nice for Eloise to rekindle some memories.
On the way back we stopped at Stirling,
where we walked up to take a look at the castle. We did not go ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStirling Youth Hostel
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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