How To Spend: 48 Hours in Edinburgh
...Or 72 if you're feeling leisurely! So, towards the end of last year Joe and I booked our first ever trip to Scotland- and couldn't...
Edinburgh Old Town
The historic heart of Edinburgh and home to many of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, the atmospheric Old Town became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. Watched over by the striking Edinburgh Castle, the Old Town is most famous for the central boulevard which runs between the hilltop castle and the Royal Palace of Holyrood, four sequential streets known as the Royal Mile.
Scotland: Alloway, Ayr & Robert Burns
Inside Scotland: Alloway, Ayr & Robert Burns - Before you visit Scotland, visit Tripadvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travellers by travellers.
There are as many Scottish people living in North America as in Scotland, with censuses in the United States and Canada identifying around five million people claiming Scottish ancestry. Photo: If it be life that waits, I shall live forever unconquered. If death, I shall die at last, strong in my pride and free." Scottish American War Memorial. Edinburgh
Pack horse bridge
The most photographed bridge in this part of Lancashire. it is the bridge crossing Wycoller Beck and was the route the pack-horses took on their way from Yorkshire to Lancashire and back. The brige is over 800 years old.