Holiday Inn Express Stirling
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Well you have probably all made and broken New year resolutions by now!! I didn't make any to start. I had a lovely Christmas and New Year and hope you all did too. I am sure mine was a lot cooler than you all experienced other than those of you here in the Northern hemisphere. Headed back to Edinburgh on 3rd January by train and it was a lovely …
... bulk off the narrow paths I gingerly drive down.
A smoggy kind of morning mist hangs on the horizon, this grayish mist takes on a yellowish hue the closer we get to Belfast.At the end of this three week journey we have not been to Derry nor will we see Belfast but we have seen Ireland.The news tells us the price of a house here is down 50% in the last few years. Seventeen percent of businesses are closed and many more contemplating taking ...
... you mean now!)
We both tried Haggis (I had Vegetarian Haggis – don’t ask what it was made of) and visited Dalwhinnie Distillery for a taste of the good stuff – pure malt Whiskey. We also went to the beach (again with the jumper on) and had beautiful fresh seafood on the Isle of Skye.
It was a great way to start the big trip home. Thanks to the great people we met on tour who made it so much fun!
Next stop…the Greek Islands ...
Once again we didn't receive our wake up call, lucky our phone worked this time. I don’t think the wake up ladies like us.
We had a nice cooked brekkie in the restaurant with some ladies from Townsville and then boarded the bus at 8.30.
Our first stop was at Hadrian’s Wall on the way to Edinburgh. It was a wall that originally surrounded the city and went for some 75 miles. Now there is only bits and pieces of ...
... French toast, yogurt with fruit, and coffee. Once there was nothing left to eat, we made our way up to our room and got ready for the day. We were happy because the sun was shining and we had expected it to rain the whole time we were there. Around 11:30 we left the Salisbury Hotel and walked down the road to Festival Theater. We had stopped by there the day before to inquire about plays that were going on that weekend. The attendant told ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking