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Travel Blog of Destination Reviews, Photos and Travel Tips
Blog Added: August 01, 2008 02:46:00 AM
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Edinburgh, Scotland to Dublin, Ireland

 This turned out to be an incredibly long day. We did pass beautiful countryside and we had a ferry ride to Belfast. But the bus ride was long and then add to that the time at the Titanic Museum. We didn't get to our Dublin hotel until about 8 pm and we were tired and hungry. Not a great beginning to our Ireland tour.More of the Scottish countrysideApproaching the ferry point to take us to IrelandThe Titanic Museum. Unfortunately, the inside wasn't very conducive to taking photographs.And...


From the outside ... this was a BIG castleToday was a full day in Edinburgh. We had a scenic drive around the city and then the afternoon on our own. The bus dropped us off near the Castle entrance and afterward, we walked the street known as the Royal Mile. It sloped gently downhill (thank goodness!) directly away from the castle, as we strolled back to our hotel.A view of Edinburgh from one of the gunportsLoved the idea of a dog cemeteryLooking down on just one of the many 'floors' of the...

Pitlochry to Edinburgh, Via St. Andrews

Well, the picture of our route for this one is a bit fuzzy but including it anyway,We were moving out of the Highlands and heading to Edinburgh. Our first stop was Glamis Castle which is thought to be the setting for Macbeth and is the childhood home of the late Queen Mother. As usual, we were not allowed to take any pictures inside the castle.St. Andrews Cathedral We then moved on to St. Andrews, where the game of golf started. We drove around the golf course and clubhouse and then had...

Our Day in Pitlochry

We had two nights in Pitlochry and this day was a day trip from the hotel. And, of course, it was cloudy and drizzly.We visited Blair Castle, home of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. The castle dates from 1269 and has some beautiful gardens. Unfortunately, we couldn't take any pictures inside the castle.We then went to the Blair Atholl Distillery to learn about making whiskey and we each got a sample. Again, no pictures inside.We were next dropped off in the town of Pitlochry, which was the foot...

Nairn to Pitlockry

This day was a stop and go day. Our first stop was the Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre where, in 1746, the British government defeated the armies of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) and essentially ended the clan system in Scotland.As usual, we had a rainy day.One of the clan grave markersOur next stop was a farm where we met a shepherd, his dogs, and his sheep. Everyone really enjoyed this. This shepherd was definitely old school. His father had been a shepherd and he...

Ballachulish to Nairn, Scotland Via The Isle of Skye

Dawned another dark and rainy day. Our first stop was the Glenfinnan Monument. (If you click on the link, the train trestle in the foreground was used in a Harry Potter movie.)And bused along the length of Loch Ness where the weather began to clear. (No, we didn't see any monsters other than in the gift shops.)We got lucky and the weather began to clear.We boarded the car ferry and sailed to the Isle of Skye. The crossing was beautiful.We visited Armandale Castle. This is...

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