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What’s happening in 2019

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From Edinburgh’sHogmanay to the Glasgow Film Festival, Scotland is no stranger to staging huge international events. 2019 is set to be the year that the country strengthens ...

Rule book overboard

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Virgin Voyages aim to bring city-like eating to sea and throw out the traditional cruise dining rule book. There will be no buffet, no main dining room, no forced formal ...

Virgin Voyages

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Virgin Voyages have announced a total of 20-plus food choices onboard their first ship, Scarlet Lady. The company have scrapped the traditional up-charges levied when dining ...

Scotland wrapped up

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From roof-raising celebrations to cosy Còsagach experiences, winter offers the chance to experience a completely new, yet equally exciting, side of Scotland. As the ...

Scots ghost trail created

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Scotland’s bloody past has left its mark on the country in the form of a new Ghost Trail created by VisitScotland. From ghostly graveyards to creepy castles there are ...

Rough Guide smoothed our travel

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Dracula was certainly not on our minds as we drove down the A1 towards the North Yorkshire coast. However, we checked into bustling Whitby and reached for the glove ...

Pier Inn, Whitby

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We recently drove to London and wanted to stop en route. My wife said: “I’ve never been to Whitby.” So, we booked the last room in The Pier which is ...

Giant strides

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The Giant’s Causeway was once named as the fourth greatest natural wonder in Britain. I can see why. It is a mind-boggling arrangement of mostly hexagonal columns. And the ...

A bridge too far

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The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge on The Antrim coast in Northern Ireland is only 66ft long, but it was a bridge too far for me. However, tens of thousands from all parts of the ...
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