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Stirling castle day trip and a Saturday afternoon in London

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We're less than a month away from our trip to Edinburgh and London, getting excited!

A few questions about our day trip to Stirling. We plan to take the train and wanted to stop at Linlithgow also. Understand its on the same route, do we need to get separate tickets or do we just get off and then back on? And when would you suggest we go there, en route to Stirling or on our return? I also hear there's a HOHO bus at Stirling, though I can't seem to find any info on it, can you please tell me something about it?

A second question about London. We get back from our cruise on July 21, our flight out is early the next morning, so we'll go straight to our hotel at LHR, check-in and drop off our bags. We'll then take the Tube to London, should be there by noon latest. I'd really like to go to the Tower, but will it be terribly crowded on a saturday afternoon, that too so close to the Olympics? I know you always ask people to get there first thing in the morning. If not the Tower, what museum would you recommend, we'd have done the British Museum, Tate Britain and the British Library before the cruise. As always I look forward to your suggestions, thanks a ton:)

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