Champagne Central, housed withing Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel, looks out over Glasgow Central Station, and hearkens back to the heyday of Scottish Rail Travel. An opulent and elegant setting, it has found itself on my list of favourite places to drink in Glasgow.
Glasgow is blessed with a number of really great parks and green spaces. The Botanic Gardens in Glasgow’s West End are home to a huge number of exotic plants, flowers, and historic glasshouses, and are a real example of the power of Springtime at work.
Scottish castles make up so much of Scotland’s history and culture. Every castle has a story to tell of murder, intrigue or even a ceilidh or two.
My stress levels have been through the roof recently, so I took a walk to Bracklinn Falls in Callander recently, to see if moving my body would calm my soul.
The Dome, Edinburgh is an ideal venue for luxury dining in the heart of Scotland’s capital city.
Two countries. The same body governing its road systems. The same(ish) laws. Two completely different styles of driving. I knew the English were…odd. Our cultures, although linked, are so completely and utterly different from each other it’s hard to believe that there is no border between the two. I knew all this, and yet I […]
As many of you know, I love me a good road trip. I just find jumping into the car and heading off on an adventure the perfect mix of exciting and relaxing. Exploring the world around me really is one of life’s great pleasures. Having been on as many road trips as I have, I’ve […]
Last week my gal Rosie celebrated her 21st birthday, and with me being such a great friend (otherwise known as I forgot to physically buy her a present) I treated her to a wee spot of Afternoon Tea at the Salon in Blythswood Square Hotel. Guys, this hotel is soooo posh! It was absolutely amazing. […]
Being weighed down with deadlines and stress is not fun, but what is is an adventure around the city centre of Edinburgh.
There are no words to describe it. The awe-inspiring, breath taking sensation of standing amidst the colossal, ominous mountains of Glencoe. One of Scotland’s most famous must-see landmarks, Glencoe is truly a unique place on Planet Earth. Its atmosphere is both magnificent and foreboding. The tiny, weaving A9, as seen in James Bond and M’s trip […]