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Our Journey Through Scotland: Week I

I’m going to be the first to admit it, but the two accessories I wish I would have brought with me are:  sunglasses and a scarf.  1,453 more words


Scotland is beautiful, but Glasgow makes no sense at all

Things I’ve learned in Scotland so far:

1. Voting to stay part of the Union has no bearing on whether or not virtually an entire country will vote for a single party, and make the rest of the world wonder if they were just joking when they voted ‘no’ in September. 440 more words

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Stirling Scotland

On Wednesday I made a detour to Stirling while in route to Edinburgh. Stirling is a small town that has 2 large attractions. Stirling castle and the Wallace monument. 227 more words

Mother May I? Part 1: Scotland In 3 Days

This whole blog process has been a bit shaky since I started it. I’m not going to lie, this has been on the backburner of my mind considering other social media serves as a much quicker way to share my travel experiences with the world. 1,125 more words

Study Abroad

Busy Wanderings: My Big British Adventure - Day 16

I woke up for the second time this morning at 5:15 – the first time was around 3:30 thanks to the group of drunk people yelling right outside of my flat – so that I’d have plenty of time to get ready, grab a bite of breakfast, and walk to the Haggis Adventures/Highland Tours office on the Royal Mile where the Loch Lomond-Stirling tour would depart. 985 more words

A Stirling Crowd Pleaser - Stirling Story no 4 for 28 January 2015

This rare print of a work by Irish artist John O’Connor (1830 – 1889) is a recent gift to the Stirling Smith collections. It was donated by Jean Archibald, who when working for the British Library, was able to pick up interesting Scottish views from the print shops in Great Russell Street, London. 144 more words

Stirling Stories