Edinburgh Castle from Grassmarket: To Buy..see below
Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. What an incredible photo and a permanent reminder of how beautiful Scotland is!
Edinburgh, Scotland — Type A Trips
The First Timer's Weekend Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland | Planning on a quick stop through Edinburgh on your way through Europe? Check out my quick travel guide for what to do, where to stay and how to get around in this majestic city. All you need is a few days in Edinburgh to fall in love like I did. Happy Travels!
14 places to see in Scotland before you die
So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.
Amazing Castles in Germany
Castles in Germany are nothing short of amazing. Check out these photos of Neuschwanstein Castle, Heidelberg Castle and more.
What to Wear in Scotland | A Style Guide
We visited the highlands of Scotland back in the fall and I still think of it almost every day. It was the trip of a lifetime and I cannot wait to go back! If you want to check out my 5 favorite places in Scotland to visit, I blogged about them here. Also follow along on Instagram at @scottishobsession! Leading up to our Scottish vacation, "what to wear" was an ever-present thought in my mind. What will the weather be like? Will my luggage be overweight? What can I pack to wear multiple…
House & Home New Arrivals / Favorites
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4 Day Edinburgh Itinerary For First-Time Visitors
4 day Edinburgh itinerary for first-time visitors. Save money on attractions and tours in Scotland. Royal Mile. Arthur's Seat. Edinburgh Castle. Scott Monument.
Tower, Bruce Castle, Tottenham
This enigmatic structure is not Bruce Castle itself, which is a manorial piece of architecture. It is in the grounds and has its own Grade I listing separate from that of the manor house. This tower is something of a folly - and not a Victorian one, it dates from the 16th century. To quote Nickolaus Pevsner: "A great puzzle. [...] probably of early C16 date and of no known purpose. Its origins were already obscure by c. 1700, when Lord Coleraine wrote that 'in respect of its great antiquity…