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 …
... lake behind the shooting range! No-one came to tell me off or demand I delete the photo so I guess no-one was there. The lack of red flags and flashing red lights was a good indicator too. Off we went into Edinburgh and found ourselves a car park at the St James underground shopping mall car park. This time we got a plastic token on entry. You put it in the pay machine when you come back from shopping and pay the fee, then you get another ...
... We walked around and saw the Edinburgh castle on the cliff and also climbed up Arthur's Seat which is a mountain basically in the city. The walk was a little tough but so worth it — you could see everything from the top. Also, I met up with my friend, elisa, who is in Spain right now doing an internship! She flew over for the weekend and I can't tell you how great it was seeing a familiar face! Overall, wonderful weekend! :) ...
... we could not quit. We made it to the top and saw the most stunning views! The way down was much easier. After this hike we went back to grab our bages and headed for the bus station where we would take a 10 hour ride to get to London. On our to the station way we stopped at a little Italian cafe for dinner. We know what you're all thinking- we had Italian in Scotland? We were tired and it was the first place we found. In the restaurant we met two older women ...
... Ale pie, a BLT, and four pints of Guinness later we were set for the remaining shops along the strip. After returning to the hotel to drop off our finds before heading to Calton Hill to check out the statues that over look the city. Again it was a short walk up the hill, this time to the left out our hotel. Crazy, steep stairs up the hill but it was with it. The views were spectacular. Three sixty views of Edinburgh right ...