So you’ve started planning your UK trip and want to make the best out of your days. As most people start with London, it’s easy to plan a couple of days downtown and add some day trips to the mix. The best part is that you don’t… more>
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Scotland is getting ready to welcome visitors with attractions and events that celebrate its gastronomy. From Scottish Whisky to fresh sea plates, the mouth-watering offerings of Scotland will take center stage all year.
While on visit, one must try a plate of Haggis, Scotland’s national dish…. more>
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By Laura Orange, travelocafe.com
It was actually the fairy-tale like turrets and dreamy spires of Aberdeen that called our attention in the very first place. But Aberdeen is not called the Silver City with the Golden Sands for nothing. Its coastline is… more>
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How fans around the globe follow the World Cup
Maybe it’s the drama of witnessing the best of proud nations laying it all on the line or maybe it’s the excitement of being part of a passionate crowd cheering in the stands and screaming from the top of… more>
Raising a toast for Scotland’s national drink
This month is Whisky Month in Scotland and the country’s national drink becomes the highlight of festivals, events and tours that feature behind-the-scenes secrets of whisky creations.
As you travel across the region of Speyside, you’ll discover the Whisky… more>
7 rail passes to destinations where mothers are praised
When May comes along, we take the opportunity to praise a very important person in our lives, our mothers. Mother’s Day is a tradition that’s celebrated all around the world, with different countries showing their love and… more>
By Patti Nickell
GLASGOW, Scotland. Eight of us sat around a table – flasks, tubes and bottles filled with liquids lined up before us. Under the watchful eye of “Professor” Alastair, we mixed and mingled the liquids, adding a dollop of one… more>