If you read my last post on Historical Loves, you’ll see that it was about Marie Antoinette and her husband, King Louis XVI. While their love was…… Read more “Historical Loves: Marie Antoinette and Count Fersen”
One of the well known kirkyard’s in Edinburgh, Greyfriars Kirkyard is known for Bobby, the dog, inspiring J.K. Rowling, and having its own set of haunting tales.…… Read more “Ghostly Side of Greyfriars Kirkyard”
As a young girl, Marie Antoinette loved riding horses, being outside, and laughing. She tended to put her studies off, hardly practicing her writing or her other…… Read more “Historical Loves: King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette”
Edinburgh had very harsh rules for anyone who was pregnant. Should you try to conceal your pregnancy you would be tried, found guilty, and hanged. Unfortunately, for…… Read more “Half Hangit Maggie”
As a young girl, Victoria spent most of her life living secluded from the others and under the thumb of her mother’s husband. She wanted a life…… Read more “Historical Loves: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert”
Dear Edinburgh, When I first arrived, I was yearning for a new experience. For years I read of your hauntings, history, and entangling stories. There was Mary…… Read more “Dear Edinburgh…”
Most people see Scotland as a place full of bland food. The kind of food that your parents cook when they have no imagination. But all of…… Read more “9 Best Places to Eat in Edinburgh”
Edinburgh is thriving with eclectic pubs. It seems there’s not enough time to cover all of them, especially when you’re visiting for a short time. Here are 10 pubs you’ll fall in love with on your next visit to Edinburgh!
Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Scotland!
Whether it’s a few days or a few months in Edinburgh everyone should experience these sights. While there is a lot to see in Edinburgh, these are the top 18 must hit places!
Take the Radical Road up to see Arthur’s Seat and toast your victory with a shot of scotch! Be ready for a good workout.
When in Scotland you have to try dancing the Ceilidh. It’s a traditional Scottish folk dance where you swing your partners around and dance up and down…… Read more “Dancing the Ceilidh”
Here is my first go at itinerary writing. It’s a one day road trip in Scotland and great for a group of friends or family.
I was stuck in a dead end job where I wasn’t going to get switched from temp to permanent employee. I had to get out. I had to travel somewhere. I had to have adventure. So I made the leap…
Hi everyone! Here is an article I posted some time back on wander.media. This is a great piece to check out if you’re planning a mini road…… Read more “Article Posted in Wander.Media on Places to See in Scotland”
The Scotch Whisky Experience is a must try for whisky lovers.
Maneuvering Edinburgh, Scotland is fairly easy, especially when you think of it as the Old Town and the New Town. But there are times when you can get turned around and forget where you are. Here are the top 10 streets to keep in mind when you’re exploring the city.
Step into a building filled with bars from sports to library and even silent dancing. Located at the University of Edinburgh, this place is a hot spot for young tourists and college students.
This place felt like a travelers paradise. Sunken into the ground on Leven St., Leo’s Beanery is a quiet coffee shop and great for catching up with…… Read more “Leo’s Beanery”
Enter a labyrinth filled with punk rock and heavy metal music. Each night is a new special drink and show of movies.