Ayr in a Day Trip

Early August; Him and I saw the sights of the biggest city in Scotland for a couple of hours through the means of a Stena Line Day Ticket. Early September brought us back on that same boat to Cairnryan, and onwards to a new place, Ayr! The year is feeling like it's quickly coming to a close. Being …

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Glasgow in a Day Trip

Earlier this year I contemplated for a couple of days whether to visit Edinburgh or Glasgow as my first independent trip away. As the posts suggest I went to Edinburgh and it was the best, biggest learning curve of my year to date. It was in my year's intentions to "Visit Scotland" and when I say …

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So You’re In Scotland? Lets Visit North Queensferry

I have a fascination with Bridges. Every place I go to I like to see and cross bridges. So when I planned a trip to Edinburgh, I located the nearest and dearest bridges. The most famous being Forth Rail and Road bridges, that connects the Capital in Lothian to Fife. North Queensferry (NQ) is a …

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So You’re in Scotland? Lets just fall in love with Edinburgh, shall we?

Given my trip was short and there was a lot of Edinburgh I didn't see, but what I did see of it made me think "I hate* cities, but can I live here for a while, please?" Besides since I didn't see it all, I have an excuse to go back again! *I don't hate cities, I …

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So You’re In Scotland? Here is Edinburgh’s Royal Mile to Castle

Aside from the accent, Scotland's Capital has plenty more on offer to attract you...  I spent a very short 2-days in Edinburgh, whilst there I visited: Edinburgh Castle, St Giles Cathedral, Royal Mile, Princes St Gardens, Melville Monument of Saint Andrews Square, Scott Monument, Scotman's Steps, did a spot of shopping along Princes Street and walked across …

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So You’re In Scotland? Here is Edinburgh

So I briefly visited Scotland's Capital, here are my thoughts... My flight path took me over the Irish Sea from (Aldergrove) Belfast International (BFS) to  Edinburgh Airport. At a cruising altitude of 11,000ft, the view was spectacular and worth  paying for a window seat if not already allocated one, like I was. Touching down on …

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