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Travel Blogs from Stirling
... meal at a quaint little place right down the street from the Uni. I ordered Steak pot pie and it was decent. It was a nice little get together! Wednesday night from 8:30 - 10 I had volleyball again. Wednesday's are mixed practice between the men's and women's teams and it was a lot of fun! There weren't too many girls from the team there but most of the men's team was there and holy **** was I impressed by some of them. Also, we were obviously playing on men's ...
... it was
super pricey and as we planned on visiting the Edinburgh castle decided that
perhaps it was not worth seeing both. The views of the surrounding areas were
very pretty though.
Coming back into the city and making our
way back to the hostel we passed through the Christmas markets we had
previously tried to visit but were drowned out! This time we were able to enjoy
walking around, though they really ...
... he was wearing a poncho or something because of the molting. Many of the penguins were standing about or laying down relaxing but there was also a group that were enjoying the water and they would dart back and forth through the water. There was an area where you could go watch the penguins underwater. It was very neat to see them swimming about and see how fast they really can swim.
We were at the Zoo for about three hours and could've spent more ...
Left Stirling and went to Culloden - the area of the battle between the Scots and the English in 1746. The battlefields were a flat boggy field of undergrowth and the poor Scots didn't stand a chance. The battle lasted barely an hour (it took us longer than that to walk around the area) They lost 1500 men and the Brits 50. We could have spent longer there, but we had more places to see and things to do.........
We went from there along the sides ...
... locales. We also missed out on hearing some Celtic music, as we simply didn’t get around to doing so at the many nightspots around town.
In Edinburgh, we stayed at what proved to be our favourite B&B of the trip, an old but beautifully restored and decorated mansion 15 minutes by bus from the core. Our room was a cozy upstairs flat with a sloped roof, comfy furniture, a modern bathroom, and even a flat-screen tv with cable. It was the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility