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 …
... people to cross over the river that flows through that area to go to church. The bridge is called "The Bridge to Heaven". We saw many more sheep as well. Next on the schedule was Dryburgh Abbey near St. Boswells. The abbey's lovely ruins sit in seclusion in the trees and has some of the best Gothic church architecture in Scotland. It is also the burial place of one of Scotland's most famous authors, Sir Walter Scott. The abbey, which dates back to 1150, is set in a stunning ...
... and off to the side so could get a good view of all the acts coming out of this castle draw bridge. All the acts were unique and very well done. The Aussie army/navy contingent were typical of their relaxed way with more of a concert song/performance but got everyone up on their feet and dancing. Then you has the drummers who you simply could not get your eyes off and how they can manage to do what they did, damn they were ...
... It was all very tasty and we tasted each other's food to see what we're interested in for tomorrow.
We had a plan to have tea and a cupcake shop Noeloni found and since we're trying to cater to everyone, I gave Loni the keys so she could finish her coffee and lounge upstairs and mom and I went to find the shop. It was a 15min walk down the hill (topography is not something given to you in a map usually), though we went without a map, we found the little place and ...
... through typical Irish weather instead – cold, foggy, misting rain, and the kind of occasional drizzle which at least made you feel good about hauling your rain jacket all over the world. But these things have a tendency to work themselves out and eventually the indomitable Scottish climate took hold, sun, sun and more sun, allowing us to hike in t-shirts but creating difficult dilemmas like “Should we put on more sunscreen yet?”, “You best wear your hat ...