I am planning a two night stay in Stirling at the beginning of next June. We will be arriving from Inverness via train on a Saturday, and leaving for Edinburgh by train, the following Monday.
We will be booking an Airbnb so that we may have a kitchen to cook our own (plant-based) meals, as I don't see that there are restaurants in the city that have meals we can eat. I've been investigating grocery stores - we don't want to tie up any more time than necessary to shop and cook - we want to see the town and of course the castle, church, WW monument. We just need to buy some fruits, vegetables and muesli and plant-milk (ie., soy milk, almond milk).
I suppose we will be taking a taxi from the train station to our Airbnb (not booked yet). Does anyone have a suggestion as to how we might obtain another taxi to get to a grocery store, and then yet another to get back to the Airbnb? When I investigated grocery stores, it seems that the Tesco Superstore would be our best bet for a one-stop shopping trip.
I appreciate any suggestions and assistance you may offer. Thank you.