The National Monument Shop: Typically Tourist
A typical tourist shop filled with a fine selection of Scottish food especially good old fashioned sweets and whisky products. Toys for kids, postcards, CD's & DVD's with a Scottish theme as well as a reasonable range of books on Scottish history. When we came out of the shop we had a laugh at the recent addition of a statue - William Wallace my eye - looks more like Mel Gibson.
What to buy: Nothing really special for me anyway but I do like Mrs. Bridges traditional homemade sweets so I bought two jars
What to pay: Depends what you buy I paid £2.45 per 7oz jar of sweets
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loads of them: Thistle shopping centre
The Thistle shopping centre is in the centre of Stirling and is your typical mall like shopping centre with many different assortment of shops to chose from. The thistle shopping centre has a roof on it which is good considering the weather we get
What to pay: cash, cheque, switch and credit cards widely accepted but you now must have a pin number to use switch and credit cards
THISTLE CENTRE: ALL UNDER ONE ROOF
This is the large shopping centre in the centre of the city - perfect for a shopaholic like me on one of Stirlings [well SCOTLANDS] frequent rainy days. There are plenty of the usual High Street shops to keep you occupied and to worry your credit card
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