St. Andrews: On Royalty, Ruins, and Golf, I Guess

Any good American millennial woman with a royals obsession would likely think of one thing and one thing alone when asked what they associate with St. Andrews, Scotland: William and Kate met there, of course! I mean, duh. So that was the background I took into my visit there, but as it turns out, there’s … More St. Andrews: On Royalty, Ruins, and Golf, I Guess

Scotland: Crossing the Firth of Forth and Chasing Outlander in Culross

Though Edinburgh was wonderful, the part of my trip I was most looking forward to was the chance to get out and explore more of Scotland. You know: rolling hills, stunning scenery, cozy pubs, sheep. And so I was very excited when we set out, heading north. We came first to the Firth of Forth. … More Scotland: Crossing the Firth of Forth and Chasing Outlander in Culross

Edinburgh: Palaces, Castles, Yachts, and …. Dolly the Sheep

The first time I visited Edinburgh, I was there for all of a whopping 36 hours. I loved the city and I packed a lot into my time there, but obviously it was far too brief. I’ve wanted to make my way back to Edinburgh – and to explore more of Scotland beyond Edinburgh – … More Edinburgh: Palaces, Castles, Yachts, and …. Dolly the Sheep

Reykjavík: Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Dogs, and Other Icelandic Delicacies

Reykjavík is a relatively small city but, to my great delight, it’s also a really good city if you are a foodie. Though prices feel a bit like they range from exorbitant to sell-your-firstborn high, if you’re willing to endure the sticker shock, you can have some great meals. I began my time in town … More Reykjavík: Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Dogs, and Other Icelandic Delicacies