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Scotland Part 2: The Highlands

Hello, lovely readers! I think I have kept you waiting long enough for part 2 of my adventure through Scotland. We left off with me spending the night in… 659 more words



After our failed attempt at getting into Edinburgh castle + Mike’s imaginary attempt at jumping the fence of Buckingham palace, we were determined more than ever to explore a castle.   493 more words

The Off Season

Tourist Visit - Stirling Castle

Edinburgh Castle is possibly the most famous castle in Scotland and regularly tops lists of favourite attractions, but I’ve always preferred Stirling Castle.  So much so, when I first became a member of Historic Scotland, this castle was the first on my list of places to visit.   1,701 more words


Glasgow, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Stirling Castle 10 hour Coach tour

Another day, another coach tour of this amazing country I’m proud to call home!

At 9.20am, the coach left Edinburgh heading towards my home town of Glasgow. 1,169 more words


The Goodwin Sands Man-of-War 1703-2003

Chamberlain, David

Category: Underwater Archaeology
Keywords: Stirling Castle, Northumberland, Restoration
Comments: Pamphlet; includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 7” x 10”
Pages: 38
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by the author in the UK (2002), in paperback. 56 more words

Underwater Archaeology

Had fun storming the castle (and other adventures)...

Well, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Hard to believe that we have been living here for more than three weeks! Already we say that we’re heading “home” after being out and about. 1,800 more words

Tourist Visit - The Great Tapestry of Scotland

Every once in a while something comes along that sparks public imagination and patriotic pride.   What started as a simple idea grew and grew and I was astounded by how many people were in Stirling Castle on a dreary day typical of February in Scotland.  674 more words