2013 Summer (Baltic and Britain – Scotland – June 25 – Day 2 – Part 2)

We wanted to tour Argyle’s Lodging after we saw Stirling Castle but it was closed for a private function. We walked down the hill and across the street to the Church of the Holy Rude Cemetery. The cemetery is very large and has some impressive statuary.  There is no such thing as a wide street in Scotland; which makes sense since so many of the buildings and streets are several hundred years old and were made long before the advent of the automobile and the rapid travel we are used to today.We were spending the night in nearby Kincardine so we decided to return to Stirling the next day and tour Argyll’s Lodging before heading out of town.

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