Category: Scotland

Arriving to Glasgow Airport

Glasgow is one of the easiest airports to arrive into. But there is one quirky thing – ok actually 2 quirky things: 1) You may exit from the back of

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Midges in Scotland???

Are you worried about going to Scotland mid-summer because of midges? I can understand why you would be worried about it when you see the scary headlines about them.  But

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Portree – restaurants with map

Here are some restaurants that you might wish to make reservations at before you get to Portree. Cuchullin Restaurant Seafood Phone: +44 1478 612750Dulse and Brose Elevated Scottish comfort food

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Hiking & Shoes

I usually take what I call “hiking shoes” – they’re like hiking boots but stop at the ankle like tennis shoes. For the Immersion and Redoux tours, there are castles

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Gwyllyn the Bard

As part of the Outlander Immersion Tour, we have a special performance by Gwyllyn the Bard who played and sang in Castle Leoch in the Outlander TV show.  Gwyllyn, a charming

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Stirling -restaurants with map

Here are some restaurants that you might wish to make reservations at before you get to Stirling. The Smithy Cafe, British, Scottish (0.1 mile from Stirling Castle) +44 1786 449142

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Getting to Inverness

To get to Inverness, you can fly, or take a train or a bus. Flying There are direct flights to Inverness Airport from London (Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton), Amsterdam (Schiphol),

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Glasgow Restaurants with Map

There are too many places to list in Glasgow.  See the maps below. I’ve eaten at the Butterfly and the Pig (upper left) although it moved so I’m not sure

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Motion Sickness

If you are prone to motion sickness, please take your favorite medicine with you.  The roads in the highlands are curvy and hilly and it is not fair to ask

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Things to do in Inverness

Inverness is often called the Capital of the Highlands.  It is a good central point for branching out and seeing other sites in the highlands.  But that’s a different blog

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