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"Stirling Castle
"Stirling Castle was Scotland's most important medieval stronghold and is set high on a volcanic outcrop. There has been fortification on the rock since 1000 BC as it guards the main route north into the Scottish Highlands. You have the option of visiting the castle to see some of the finest Renaissance architecture in Scotland.Leaving Stirling you'll travel past Doune Castle Callander and into the Trossachs an area popularized by authors such as Sir Walter Scott and Daniel Defoe. This is also the territory of Rob Roy MacGregor Scotland's Robin Hood. The tour stops for a leisurely lunch (own expense) outside the village of Aberfoyle.After lunch
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Sledging - 30 Minute Session
"Suitable for age 3 and upwards.  Children under 7 years of age must be accompanied by a full paying adult. Sledging sessions are 30 minutes long sledges are provided and clothing hire is available on site for £6.50pp (including winter waterproof trousers and jacket). Wellington boots are also available on request.  Gloves must be worn on the slope at all times as it -5C.   We advise tha then the fun begins.""""The perfect activity for younger children with a Sledging Session you can enjoy family fun all year round on our dedicated sledging slope!  Don’t forget to wrap up warm… it’s -5 on the slope! We ask that you wear sturdy footwear or wellies waterproof clothing and gloves
From GBP11.00
 
City Sightseeing Glasgow Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this truly is the best way to see the sights of Glasgow.On this City Sightseeing tour you can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. There are 22 stops and the entire route takes approximately 110 minutes. The bus departs every 15 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 1 or 2 consecutive ca find out for yourself. The most vibrant and exciting of Scottish cities boasts excellent museums and art galleries as well as beautiful parklands and buildings. Treat yourself to a tour of the Jewel of Scotland the city whose inhabitants work hard and play hard."""
From GBP14.00

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Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond is the largest fresh water Loch in the UK. The Loch is 24 miles long and five miles wide and at its deepest point is some 600 feet deep.On the Loch there are approximately 38 Islands, some...
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Loch Lomond

As it is said in the sign near Loch Lomond "Nothing can be more striking than the first view of Loch Lomond" and it's true. I guess, I've never seen such an amazing landscape near the lake before. So...
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LOVELY VIEWS

There are a lot of different places you can stop along the way for differing views of the scenery and Loch Lomonds Bonnie Banks. This happens to be one of my favourites spots. Its just before you...
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Some great panoramas out there...

Loch Lomond is all about grand open spaces... Just take a look around you. It's just awesome. The feel of the wind on my face... The first view I had on the lake. The mountains in the horizon. The...
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South-west shores of Loch Lomond, Arden, G83 8QZ, United Kingdom
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Hill House

To get to Hill House exit the station and turn right. You will be walking away from the waterfront. You have to walk quite far up a steep hill. You will pass Hermitage Park and Helensburgh High...
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Waterfront

The roads at Helensburgh were dug up for a very long time, but fortunately they are now finished. It is pleasant to walk along the walkway on the edge of the River Clyde at Helensburgh. On one side of...
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The Henry Bell Monument

Another monument on the waterfront at Helensburgh is the Henry Bell Monument. Henry Bell was born in April 1767. In 1808 Bell and his wife moved to Helensburgh. They bought the public baths and a...
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John Logie Baird Monument

John Logie Baird was born in Helensburgh in August 1888. He was an engineer and is most famous for having invented the television. There is a statue of him on the waterfront at Helensburgh. Logie...
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The Waverley

We were delighted to see the Waverley Passenger Steamer pulling into the end of Helensburgh Pier on our last visit. This steamer takes its name from the Sir Walter Scott novel. The Waverley is the...
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Bird of Prey Center

As per our usual, we were just driving along taking our time getting .. well anywhere.. and decided to stop into Balloch to see what they had to offer for things to do. We spotted the Bird of Prey...
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