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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsKingshouse Hotel Balquhidder
Although a little pricy for a single traveller the location, food and drink definitely make up for the price. But as the only hotel in the area, I guess they can charge what they like.
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... a voucher for $50 to spend on board. All compliments of Colin from ROyal Caribbean, who knows Lianne:). This holiday was shaping up brilliantly. Casual night in the restaurant so did not meet my table companions that night. After dinner had a stroll around the ship and ended up in the karaoke bar, where after a few delicious cocktails decided to treat them all to a wee song and belted out the only one I know all the way through, Blanket on the Ground. Note to self, really must ...
Left but not too far left
This could be construed as a political statement but it's not, this is our mantra while driving in Scotland. The first time we got in the car it was just plain weird, I felt like we were in a topsy, turvy, alternate universe. But once we finally left the airport it was smooth sailing at least for a little while. The main roads in Scotland, just as in Ireland, are well marked and easy to maneuver, then you come across a ...
... and ride bus stop in Stirling - we have come across several cities with this transport system but haven't found any bus stops. Took this into Stirling and had a walk around and through Stirling Castle. What a stunning castle and view of the city and surrounding area.
Found a campground with no trouble tonight - that's a first!
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Today Nathan and I followed in the footsteps of one of Scotland's greatest hero's: William Wallace. A forty five minute train ride from Edinburgh and we found ourselves in Stirling, Scotland - home to the infamous Stirling Castle, Stirling Bridge and the William Wallace Monument.
As most of you know William Wallace was a central figure in the Scottish War of Independence in the late 1200's from good old king Edward ...
... with a directional map. Sheila stopped the van and said, I think this is the spot. My hesitation must have encouraged her to say, shall we drive on a bit and see if we can find another spot. I heartily agreed. The next place didn’t look any more promising, but I decided, what can possibly go wrong, I am only in an area of the country I have never been before, looking for a trail I can’t see, and will be travelling alone through the woods. So I ...