Now that I have temporarily quenched my thirst for all things Scottish, it’s time to reveal some of my favorites, from the Isle of Skye, to Pitlochry, to Edinburgh. Too bad I don’t have a photo of every plaid pattern I saw on my trip to Scotland, but I do have wonderful experiences and places worth sharing. Continue reading
The B&B Moyness House in Inverness was perfectly charming with Victorian accents, interesting nooks, beautiful moulding, a coal-burning fireplace and large windows. We found the sitting room to be very comfy. It was a perfect spot for writing in our journals since we wanted to capture every detail of our trip. The Highland breakfast was amazing as promised. After three mornings of the best fresh eggs, bacon and vegetables imaginable, it was time to pack the car and head to Edinburgh.
Did I forget to mention, the one thing I absolutely didn’t want to do was rent a car?! Turns out, even though the train ride from Edinburgh to Inverness would have been fascinating, the car thing (driving on the wrong side) wasn’t so bad. I’m pretty sure I scared my daughter way more than any other drivers in Scotland and ultimately she took over that responsibility! Score one for Miss Daisy!
Going on holiday to Scotland, I just knew I would lose a couple of pounds enjoying the fresh air walking to shops and restaurants. Ha! After the first meal I realized I was in trouble. I traveled with my daughter Andrea, who practically invented the word “foodie”! She is an amazing little chef on her own, therefore she notices every detail down to each select spice used in creating a dish. I’m constantly learning new aspects of the food world from her. Me, I’m always studying the design and atmosphere of the restaurants.