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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastlecroft Stirling
Fantastic bed and breakfast! Laura, the proprietress, is amazing. Her breakfasts are out of this world. She is really great for recommendations of what to do in the area.
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... was it was
4 degrees Celsius and watch out for icy roads. Whew. All is ok and I actually let out a cautious
was not really on my itinerary but I knew it was about an hour away and I had
time….so why not. The weather was cold,
at time biting cold when the wind would blow.
It would rain for about 10 minutes, clear, rain, clear, repeat. Typical from what I understand ...
... and had a drink with them; they had been drinking mulled wine (I think) with a shot of whisky for 4.5 hours and said that the bar tender was going to cut them off soon. Apparently they were both super drunk and Joey was going to catch the bus back to the hotel so Rick went with him. Joey passed out on the bus and at one stop he fell out of the seat into the isle and Rick and another passenger had to put him back onto his seat (he didn't wake up). When they got to ...
... I don't really want to take our jackets as they're too bulky and I think will be too hot to wear. Currently thinking we'll be able to get umbrellas or sexy ponchos when needed. In the meantime, our bags have rain covers)
Ok so a quick update on things is in order. First we have a flat! Last week Tuesday we gave up emailing landlords and searched for an agency that lets to students down Byers Road. Byers Road is the main shopping street close to the University and has a ton of interesting things, but at the time we were only interested in the letting agencies. We got lucky and the first one we found had just that morning put up a flat within our budget. ...
... The innards are offal, or pluck: heart, lungs, and liver are minced along with onion, suet, oatmeal and spices. Then stuffed into a sheep's stomach or intestine - YUM! Most likely created as a cheap meal (I wonder why lung isn't a choice cut of meat?), as well as a great way to use of leftover parts without waste. It has become the quintessential Scottish food. But even so, most Scots only eat it once a year ...