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... super funny to watch especially the lazy guys just chilling about. There was one who you could tell was probably the bully of the group as he would aggressively swing about, scream, and slam himself into the exhibit walls. It was very fun to watch.
The penguins were hilarious. There was one guy standing there with his one arm out and looked as though he was just directing visitor traffic through the exhibit. There was an old guy who was molting and it ...
... Ness and, obviously, not a monster to be seen. A beautiful, stunning day though, and the water was as calm as a millpond when we first started, got a bit choppier a bit further on. We stopped at a wee place called Fort William for lunch (our coach driver said he is up this way all the way the time and has only seen it fine on 4 days in the last year - five now!!) and then continued on past Loch Lomond and on to Stirling. Our hotel in Stirling ...
... geological formation. It is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs, giving it a strong defensive position. It is said that whoever controls Stirling Castle controls Scotland. From the castle, you can see the battle fields of the Wars of Independence, as well as the Wallace Monument (more on that later). During the Wars of Independence, the English occupied Stirling Castle until they were dislodged by William Wallace and the Scots (think Braveheart) at the Battle ...
Today Nathan and I followed in the footsteps of one of Scotland's greatest hero's: William Wallace. A forty five minute train ride from Edinburgh and we found ourselves in Stirling, Scotland - home to the infamous Stirling Castle, Stirling Bridge and the William Wallace Monument.
As most of you know William Wallace was a central figure in the Scottish War of Independence in the late 1200's from good old king Edward ...
... full of Gothic architecture. I absolutely love Gothic architecture so to me it was visual heaven!
The next thing we realized was that Edinburgh was not as spread out as we thought it would be. The city is divided into Old Town (built in the 12th century) and New ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Carisdene Stirling
Other places to stay in Stirling
Spittal Street, Stirling | 4 star hotelfrom $135
- Friendly staff
- Hogmanay in Stirling highly recommended
Springkerse Business Park, Stirling | 2 star hotelfrom $92
8-10 King St., Stirling | 2 star hotelfrom $126
Ballengeich Rd., Stirling | Hotelfrom $40
Denny Rd., Stirling | Hotelfrom $47
4 Melville Terrace, Stirling | 3 star hotelfrom $138
Castle Wynd, Stirling | Hotelfrom $124