Scotland Part II: Loch Lomond

The last half of our Scotland trip was spent on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. On our way over from Edinburgh, however, we decided to stop at Stirling Castle. Stirling Castle was a lot of fun and had some really interesting history of its own. Most of the current castle buildings date from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and were developed by the Stewart kings, James IV, V, and VI. Also, Mary Queen of Scots was brought up and crowned here.

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