Travelodge Stirling M80
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... welcome to so and so, messages from performers, etc). We are sitting there and Aunty Molly says to me that she didn't get one done for me, as she wasn't sure if I would like it and just as she says this " welcome to Jemma who is here with her Aunty Molly" I missed the very beginning so I don't know if they said from Australia or not. The Tattoo was epic! There is no other words to describe it. I loved very second of it. So many performers which were quite varied. A really good ...
... to light the number of Scottish people who made significant contributions to engineering, science, literature, and to the building of the British Empire....quite out of proportion to the very small population (only 5 million even today). The displays were ingenious with a good portion directed to children with hands-on opportunities.
A treat was in store for ...
... Europe. So many sights and experiences will not be forgotten anytime soon. I'm sure I'll have many of stories left to tell about my favorite days and stuff I would never do again because of course I can't write it all. The near future of how or when I'll be home is still somewhat unclear, but I'm sure it will be just as much as an adventure as the last 6 weeks. "Every man dies. Not every man really lives." William Wallace, ...
... was a toilet stop and souvenir buying opportunity for those of us who had to have a Scotland souvenir basically 3 minutes over the border -- yes, I purchased!
On we went to The Edinburgh Botanical Gardens. Still on and off light rain it was less than perfect conditions for strolling in gardens.... still we did our best. I personally felt that it was not as good as the one in Sydney and could well have been improved ...
... s an old Scottish law that states if an owner catches someone disturbing their sheep especially when they're in lamb like a lot of them were, then they're allowed to shoot them. Safe to say we didn't try. We also saw Hagrad's House, filmed for the Harry Potter movie as well as the landscape from the latest James Bond movie when they take shelter in the old house and trek across the field after it burns down. From all the history ...