Premier Inn Stirling
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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Day 8: We had a gorgeous drive to Scotland and made a few stops on the way. Even though our first two stops were technically in England, I am going to blog about the entire day here in my Scotland entry. Besides, the two places we stopped at are located close to the border between Scotland and England. Our first stop was at Lanercost Priory, which "can only be dated definitely between 1165 and 1174 based on the evidence of charters ...
... leave the restaurant but we leave before we are kicked out. I am warned by Leonie that despite being an old small ballet teacher that she has the ability to keep people up with her snoring. Boy was she not kidding! The next day I drag my weary eyed self to breakfast and onto the bus as we head to Leeds and stop by Hadrians wall. Hadrians Wall is a UNESCO world heritage site an is a defensive fortification built circa AD 122 in Northern England. We then have lunch at Melrose where ...
... brother next door. But they did give me directions to the National Portrait Gallery, where there was a Man Ray exhibition, well worth the only admission price of the day, as well as some good other stuff: a nice collection of famous Scottish scientists in various genres and media, depending on how old the Scientists were, and a small exhibition of good photos of Italian women who had migrated to Scotland at various times. I would have liked to see an exhibition ...