AN influential travel guide has revealed ... most awe-inspiring places in Scotland. As far as the country's iconic castles are concerned, Edinburgh Castle is particularly special, looking out over the historic Scottish capital. And it may not be in such.
An hour-and-a-half north is Burgos, the historic capital of Castille. Check in to Hotel Via Gotica (doubles from €70 room-only), which overlooks the Arlanzón river. Burgos's historic centre has been impressively restored: its tree-lined streets and.
Estimated to have once covered thousands of square miles, the remnants that exist today are the ancient descendants of this spectacular forest. Head to Glen Affric in the Highland region of Scotland and discover carpets of heather and braeberry, and.
taking a trip to the Scottish capital this summer, then luckily for you we've put together the hottest names and acts to watch out for. Plus some of the best comedy tours to watch out for if you can't make it that far North. Whilst you're here.
Strong winds and sideways rain are common for coastal areas of Scotland . Although coming from the Isle of Lewis - this doesn't faze me in the slightest. I would say that not having to beg "Mrs Macdonald" in a B&B along the way to dry my clothes in her.
She certainly has a point, but it's patently obvious that Martinhal is not the destination in June. When travelling to Martinhal, the stress is alleviated before you even step on a plane. Travel cots, soothers, bottles, sterilisers, milk-heating.
Read on, for a primer on the newest, coolest destination from CLE: Where: Nearly 3,000 miles northeast of Cleveland, Iceland is in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Greenland and northwest of Scotland ... an average high of 36. Capital city: Reykjavik.
He told the Capital Scotland radio presenter: "That was my first actual night out. I was 15 and my cousin took me to a dub step club. I have a bunch of cousins who live up here and they all had these black bottles and they're drinking this kind of sludge.
Scotland's food scene is upping a gear, something I can vouch for, having scoffed the twice-fried chips — and more besides — at Ox and Finch (oxandfinch.com) in Glasgow. The sea-trout ceviche and slow-cooked pork belly aren't bad either... read my.
Des Clarke is set to take centre stage at Whitecraigs Rugby Club on 9 September 9 in aid of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland ), an organisation providing care and support to families affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
Known for hilltop castles, abundant rainfall, and rolling green valleys speckled with flocks of sheep, Scotland far exceeds its classic ... Receive exclusive travel deals, insider tips, inspiration, breaking news updates, and more.