Premier Inn Stirling
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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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We started the day having breakfast at the Elephant House. Haggis is still good. We got on a hop on hop off bus...but it proved to be hard to hop off. We missed the stop for the botanical gardens, so we went on to Holyrood Castle. We got to see where Queen Elizabeth stays when she visits Scotland. On the other end of the. Palace is the oldie section where Mary Queen of Scots lived. We went up the stairs where ...
... myself on the Royal Mile at one point. Just took my time wandering around. It got a bit wet after about an hour and a half, and I came home a bit damp as a result but oh well. Can't be helped. The evening was spent doing very little, besides catching up on here as I was a bit behind (and then have ended up behind ...
... minute trek in the rain worthwhile, telling us everything we needed to know before heading out on our own. We ended the tour at the top of the castle, and then decided to work our way down from there, walking through grit building and reading every information board. They say it takes a day to fully explore the castle. That sounded like a challenge to us and so we did top to bottom in 4 hours. Boom. We saw everything, from St Margaret's Chapel at ...
... holyrooks house is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. The queen spends a week here at the beginning of summer. The castle is amazing. It's so big, and so much to see. The gun sounds every day at 1pm sharp to let all know it is 1pm. The crowds gather on all vantage points to see it in action. When it's over you can go and have your photo taken with the shell, but no touching, it's held by the gunner. This happens every day rain, hail, ...
... watch on TV! With consecutive sell-out seasons since the 1990's, it's a tricky ticket to get.
We're told the word "tattoo" comes from the closing time cry at the inns and pubs during the 17th and 18th centuries: "Doe den tap toe!" (Turn off the taps!)
We loved the Massed Pipes and Drums which kicked off the evening with the best sounds of Scotland and, for me, it was the highlight of the ...