Travelodge Stirling M80
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shores of Loch Ness. The castle was great, though it was a bit unfortunate that it was a ruin as it had no roof and there was a serious amount of rain pelting down into us! We arrived in our stop for the night (Oban) later in the afternoon and went wandering along the waterfront in the rain. It turns out that Oban is the 'seafood capital of Scotland' (according it their signs) and we saw a lot of fishing boats bringing in their catch at the port (including a man hosing down about ...
... dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene" ("Lanercost"). We didn't stop for very long, but it was nice to get off the bus.
Our second stop landed us at Birdoswald Roman Fort, which "is located in one of the most picturesque settings along the whole of Hadrian's Wall. It is unique because at no other point along the wall can all the components of the Roman Frontier system be found in such a small area. You can also see the early turf ...
... pouring rain and I settle for a country vegetable soup and hot chocolate. It is the best westernised soup I've ever tasted with all the right seasonings. The ladies in the kitchen beam with pride as it is a family recipe. This night I take on an optional extra to visit the Royal Yacht, Britannica. We are told that it is the one place that the royal family can relax and the designs of the boat truly reflect a comfortable setting and contrast what you would see in a Palace. It is ...
... of Scottish emigrants, in all their far-flung new homes!
And the Man Ray was brilliant - mostly straight photos of his various lovers and famous contemporaries, only two solarisation and no Rayographs.
By then I was thinking I should get home, so I wandered back down to Waverley Station and caught the 4:29 home, which stopped only at Cupar and then Leuchars before going on to Places North, so I was back in St Andrews and having a drink in the pub with Graham before ...
... of job-seeking inhabitants during the industrial revolution and outnumber those of the wealthy factory owners’ grand town houses in this, Scotland’s largest city. Glasgow is a city in flux - it is full of pedestrian-only shopping streets (supposed to be second only to London as a UK shopping destination) and multiple signs of urban renewal; one of its gems is the People’s Palace and Winter Garden. The Palace was opened in 1898 in what was one of most ...