Although St Andrews is one of Scotland’s busiest tourist destinations, it is also one of the most difficult to access by public transport. In general, it’s pretty time consuming and expensive to access from Glasgow, but in any case it’s more than worth taking the time and cost to travel through. The distance between the two … More Glasgow to St Andrews
For photographs and a breakdown of my trip to Fort William, click here. Cost For a weekend stay in a Standard Single Room, I paid £94. For a three star just an arms length from the town centre and across the road from the exsquisite Loch Linnhe, I didn’t find it too much of a stretch. … More Cruachan Hotel (Fort William, Scotland)
Photographs from last weekend in Berlin.
I’ve visited Dublin twice – once with my family and once with my best friend. The city is so beautiful – I find it to be much like Glasgow: green, full of friendly people, and best of all full of pubs. The famous Temple Bar is not to be missed – the atmosphere is electric, … More Dublin, Ireland
Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities in Europe. Although only around 50 miles separates them, it’s worlds away from Glasgow. Rich in history and architecture, it is a must see for anyone visiting Scotland. Princes Street is great for shopping, high street and designer, whereas Grassmarket is excellent for vintage shopping. The Royal Mile … More Edinburgh, Scotland
Halfway through my degree in art history, I finally got to visit the place I have dreamed of visiting since my first set of Renaissance lectures. We timed our visit to Florence so that my 21st birthday fell during our stay there, thanks to my very accommodating and very lax other half. We stayed for … More Florence, Italy
For Poppy I know I say this every time I write a post about Scotland, but this one is (thankfully) proof that I’m trying to right the wrong: I really have not seen that much of our beautiful country in my twenty one years here. Yesterday, on what seemed an impossibly glorious day in terms … More Glen Coe, Scotland
After two years of living in St Andrews, I can honestly say there’s not a bad restaurant in the town. I know this sounds a little out there, but it is so true. Blackhorn is on Church Street, between Market and South Streets. It’s pretty unassuming from both inside and out, but the food is so incredibly … More Blackhorn (St Andrews, Scotland)