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 …
... After that we walked back to the flat for a cup of tea. Mary rang at 5.30 pm to say they had just arrived in Edinburgh but as they had had a very full day it would be better to delay our meeting until tomorrow. We then went to M & S to buy some stir fry ingredients to cook our dinner. They offer 4 products for £6 - strips of beef, chicken or pork, a bag of vegetables, noodles, and sauce. We cooked it up and it ...
... Nirvana covered two of their songs on the unplugged album - "Molly's Lips" is the most famous of the two). Carla also made two very cool puppets for the show. Review 3 - Stanley Odd We managed to get in free by scoring ourselves on the guest list (Mike Small + 1) for the Scottish Hip Hop gig. It turns out that the guy (one of Carla's friends) who got us on the list is the person who put together the little stories and published the book Trainspotting. Stanley Odd is the name of ...
... a virgin said 900 years ago. In fact, to be kind, I think I'll highlight any academic discussions I chose to include in red so they can be skipped over.
However, in order to root out my real friends, I'll also include amusing tidbits about life, and possibly some heretofore unknown universal truisms that could change worlds, just to benefit those dedicated enough to put up with my academic ramblings. Rock it, worthy fellows.
... the birthplace of Harry Potter (JK wrote much of the early HP there). Top notch apple pie. Other than that, we've wandered the Royal Mile choosing which tartan suits us best. I guess I'd better explain the fanny reference in the title. Chloe had a giggle fit on the plane from London to Edinburgh because the air hostess said 'cuppa tea for anybody?' but she heard 'cuppa tea fanny body' and couldn't control herself. Sooooooo ...