Premier Inn Stirling
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Day 10 After a leisurely sleep in and a quiet morning home Sue and I went back to Springfield to satisfy our need for girly shopping without any blokes to hurry us along. At the shopping centre a man from the Owl centre had brought a selection of Owls to display to raise money. Unfortunately I had left my phone at home but borrowed Sue's to snap a couple of pics. Chris stayed home to watch the formula 1 grandprix on tv and Eric went to ...
... the weather was starting to turn, so we managed a couple of quick stops for a few photos and turned for home. On the return journey we skirted around Glasgow and finally got back into Edinburgh about 6pm. We walked back to the hotel after dropping off the car and again had tea in the hotel bar. It was then back to the room to pack and prepare to say goodbye to Edinburgh and the U.K. tomorrow and fly over to ...
... Man - "Why can't you wake them up"
Me - "I don't have a phone number for them. Sorry again but I guess I will need to be let in"
Man - "This is unfair, I can't wake up Damien because he is asleep."
Me - "OK"
Man - "It is the middle of the night."
Me - "Yep"
Man - "But I will have to get out of bed and get changed then come down to the house and let you in."
Me - "OK. I'm not sure what you want me to do or say, there is no point going on about it as we ...
... Apparently, she was in residence a couple of weeks ago. An interesting tour of the palace which was lovely but sadly no pictures were allowed. Rather ornate and dreary in places but I suppose we should expect that. Did see the bed chamber of Mary Queen of Scots via winding stone steps up to the third level. Of course, we were nowhere near where the queen stays (2nd floor). It is really hard to believe that royaltry from hundreds of years ago ...
... more modern than the last guesthouse. Dinner was between 6-815pm and we arrived just after 6 so we watched tv in the room for a little while before heading down to dinner. It was a nice home grown feeling pub as well, this might sound cheesey but this places feels a bit like one of the bars in those little UK soapies. It's obvious the family runs the place and the locals have beers every night up at the bar and in winter it's so quiet but I'm sure it's really busy and exciting ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Stirling Bannockburn
Hot Shower. Noon check in, front desk staff was very accomodating to us.
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