The Willy Wallace

Address: 77 Murray Place, Stirling, Stirling, Scotland, FK8 1AU, United Kingdom | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 77 Murray Place, Stirling, is near Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Blair Drummond Safari and Leisure Park, and Argyll's Lodging.
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      Travel Blogs from Stirling

      Stirling: A Quiet Ending

      A travel blog entry by younginmotion on Dec 15, 2013

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      I took the train alone to the small town of Stirling on the last full day of my time in Scotland; they say "save the best for last", and in many ways I did. It was a short train ride from Glasgow, but it felt a world apart. The town was almost completely deserted when I stepped off the train, and as in Edinburgh, I knew to just climb the steepest hill until I reached a castle. On the thirty minute uphill walk, ...

      Golf, Scone and Haggis

      A travel blog entry by rainyfly on Aug 12, 2013

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      ... queen, is now held at Edinburgh Castle. This stone may also be an imposter, one legend has it that King Edward informed the monks at Scone Abbey that he was coming to take the stone and that the monks hid the real stone and replaced it with a copy. Genuine or not, a group of Scottish uni students stole it in 1950. It was returned to London and was only handed back to the Scots in 1996. That night we arrived in Edinburgh and were treated with an evening of ...

      Holyroodhouse-Greyfriars-Natl Museum

      A travel blog entry by seacastle on May 13, 2013

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      ... quite impressive. The gardens were wonderful. Mary, Queen of Scots, lived here – up 25 spiral stone stairs of course! The abbey was just stone ruins but the palace has so many huge tapestries, paintings and furnishings in all the state rooms that are still used. It is right across the street from the new Parliament building that is ...

      Scotland: Loched In

      A travel blog entry by dgsutherland on Aug 24, 2012

      ... a drive, as Tess had been doing the bulk of it on the trip, and I needed practice as I am a very inexperienced driver of manuals. This provided some of the entertainment for the day, mostly for Tess as I had to get used to stopping every couple of hundred metres on the one lane road to let other cars past. That night we found a great little campsite by the sea. This would be the setting for our first and most horrifying episode with Midgies. They are very tiny bugs which ...

      A Tale of Murphy, and Ghosts

      A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 04, 2012

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      ... deeper, as we drove further and further away from civilization. Aside from a short stop at a heather garden center, we continued to trust our GPS as we cut cross country toward Balmoral. The road was very narrow and very windy, and we finally found ourselves at the summit of the highland range, where we saw Scotland's version of a ski resort. People were out skiing, but it was a rather surreal sight, as we were not really in the mountains. With ...