Premier Inn Stirling
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... and 5pm board Trafalgar Bus with glad rags on for Dinner at a local Restaurant. Dominique, just phoned and she works nearby so at 2.30 I'm to go to her work place (she works as a beautician) and she's giving me a facial for free. When I sponsored her in Melbourne, she gave me a free manicure. Joys of sobriety. Bit wet outside at the moment. Had to take brolly. ...
... curries and rice. There was one I was familiar with on the menu, which I knew I liked, which made my choices easy for once. From there we went to a pub around the corner. A friend of his plays in a group that plays ukeleles, so we went to watch them and have some drinks. Even had a whisky while I was there. Once they finished we hung around with them for a while. It was early hours of the morning when I got in, and it was a good ...
... bright yellow crops - they were flowers, but they were everywhere and so pretty. We were also accompanied on the train by three loud Scotsmen who were drinking beer at 11am.....a tad early, but hey, to each their own, you only live once. Once in Stirling, we saw the Stirling Castle, once home to King James IV, then King James V. It was a little disappointing because ...
... skulls and crossbones. Although, there was one very sweet grave in Greyfriers for Bobby, a Skye Terrior who back in the 1500s loyally guarded his dead owner's grave for 14 years.
On my free Saturday I took a 12-hour road trip into the Highlands of Scotland. Along the way we saw castles dating back to the era of ruling royals, stopped at one of Scotland’s 1,200 whiskey distilleries, took in scenery of glacier-carved mountains, ...
... is a long, low space below the castle rock, now lined with pubs and restaurants. It was carved out by glaciers that went around the harder volcanic rock where the castle now sits! It was chartered as a market in 1477 with corn and cattle sold here for 300 years. It is also famous for its dark history...It was the site for public executions and a stone now marks the spot of the old ...