Holiday Inn Express Stirling
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On the 5th Jan I collected my friend Deirdre from the airport and started a quick 3 day tour of showing her around Edinburgh taking in all the major sights, enjoyed lots of red cordial, took Deirdre's imaginary friend on a bus ride and had lots of laughs. We stayed at Murrayfield house which is fantastic as it is so central to everything. After …
... Scandinavian beds, even doubles, are made up with a single duvet for each person, usually neatly folded on the end rather than spread out. There is no sheet between you and the duvet, as the Australians do, and the undersheet can be made out of stretch towelling, sometimes laundered in such a way that it feels like sacking. Maybe it's all that whipping with birch twigs in the saunas that makes it desirable to have that sort of texture against your skin. In ...
... he assured us we would be impressed with especially given the sunny day.
Tina leaves Dave alone for a few minutes while she takes a bathroom break after seeing the Abbey and what does she find when she returns - Dave is chatting to a cyclist. Nice chap who is out on his morning ride and also happens to be planning a cycling trip to Germany. He, like us has also experienced the delights of getting lost while on a trip and we ...
... ghost in death. We were warned of his very violent ghost who is known to pull hair, punch and just scare victims. Our group entered bravely and just shook as Cullen locked the gate behind us. He took us to a mausoleum and bade us enter. We stood in the darkness as he recounted the tale of McKenzie's ghost. He told us of many of his victims who had suffered in the spot we stood. You could see the tension in the group as his tale became darker and ...
... were American, Spanish, French, and Dutch sailors captured at sea during the American Revolutionary War. Three old wooden prison doors are on exhibit. They include numerous carvings by the prisoners, including an early version of the Stars & Stripes U.S. flag. I would have never imagined prisoners off the Revolutionary War were held captive in Edinburgh!
Closing time for the castle (5:00) approached and I was ushered out of the vaults by two staff ...