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... absolutely delicious, served with whisky sauce and oatcakes. Yummmm.
In the afternoon we visited the Wallace Monument, built in the 1800s as a memorial to the town's most famous hero. William Wallace led the bid for Scottish independence (you may remember Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart) and famously beat the English at Stirling Bridge. We climbed all 246 steps up the narrow ...
... across the wall and looked out over the battle field where William Wallace and Robert the Bruce both fought the English at different time periods. After that we walked into the main part of the castle and saw the kings lodgings. This castle was much more furnished then the previous. It was set up with an array of beds in the chambers and furniture and even actors playing servants. After that we went into the ...
... me greatly. When I asked, he explained that Bavarians generally prefer to be considered Bavarians, as opposed to their northern counterparts. This sparked a lengthy conversation in the pub later about why the differentiation was important. He told me that many of the cultural traditions like wearing lederhosen, drinking excessively at Oktoberfest and wenches with big jugs come from Bavaria, and that the attribution of these cultural quirks to the Germans at large by ...
... br> After classes yesterday Paige, Rachel, Ally, Gina and I went to the mall which is called "Thistles". Taking the bus into Stirling is so easy and convenient as long as you understand the times that it comes.. which has been quite unlikely for us lately but I do think we're getting better! When we got into Stirling, we stopped at the pound stretcher which is basically a cvs/dollar store type thing that has everything you need. I desperately needed hangers so I ...
... their unit and had a home cooked meal was so nice I love home cooking! We had a late night at the unit and then Kasey and I made the track back to our ****** cell room haha and fell asleep! This entry doesn't really do Edinburgh Justice but it is such a nice place and so much going on at the moment lots of fringe things and military tattoo it's a hub of activity and having lots of ...
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