Premier Inn Falkirk - Larbert
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Hills; my goodness it was steep and slippy under foot and I felt like a really old lady as I slipped and gasped my way up. Despite this it was really beautiful, having a narrow hill lined valley with a burn crashing over rocks and there were lots of waterfalls. At the top it opened out into moorland with spectacular views over the plain to the river Forth.
Yet again I would have liked to stay longer but clearly a year away is not enough time to do everything
Today marks a monumental day in Scottish history as Scots make a choice about their future! They are voting on independence from the UK. The polls will offer a single yes or no question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?" If the majority favor independence, Scotland would end its long standing political union with England, Wales, and Northern Ireland taking with it nearly 10% of the UK's population and one third of its land mass. A simple majority is all it will take in ...
... odd but the performers did a really nice job. We tried to get into yet another C venues space to see a show. When we got there it turned out they only had enough for10 and we were 11, including two others groups. So I decided to back out. I walked down high street and went into t few shops just killing the time. So I text a few of the others parents to see if they want to grab a drink. Basically my night ended the same way they usually end, at c venues with beer and good company......until next ...
... returned to it's country. After the walking tour we had a lovely Starbucks break to attempt to wake us up and then it was time for the castle tour! Castle tour: -Walked back up the royal mile to the castle. Focused on a famous Scottish author (who's name I forget) that started the nationalistic movement within Scotland and was responsible for many changes within Scotland. There is a huge memorial building that was built in his honour - the front of the castle is ...
... the most visited in the cemetery, a life-sized statue made of him sits outside an his nose has been rubbed down (tourists think it brings luck!!), and a pub named after him. Cute, hey?! So, that's my adventure in the East of Scotland. I'm off to Glasgow now...the Wild West of Scotland!! (Although its only 45 minutes by train away, there's a great rivalry between the two regions!!). So part 2 of my Scottish adventure lies ahead of me...hopefully there'll be even more history to learn ...