Edinburgh, the second largest city in Scotland, is my favorite city in the world. The combination of scenic hikes, cobblestone streets, gothic churches, Greek Revival architecture, gardens, fascinating museums and variety of cuisine make it a destination that anyone can enjoy. While I recommend . . .
Back in mid-May, my husband and I joined Staffa Tours for their Treshnish Isles and Staffa tour, departing from Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull. We spent the morning wandering around the neighboring Isle of Iona (which I'll cover in a future post) and boarded our boat bound for the Isle of Lunga (aka . . .
I recently returned from a trip to Scotland, which involved driving over 1,000 miles on the other side of the road, starting at the Edinburgh airport. I'm not going to lie when I say I was having pre-trip nightmares about driving on the other side. I'm happy to report that driving on the left was . . .
I visited Scotland for the first time last year, starting in Edinburgh and making my way up towards the Isle of Skye. Scotland is a beautiful, almost magical place. The official animal is the unicorn, perfectly fitting for a mystical place like Scotland. I've included 10 photos from my last trip . . .