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Golden Circle Hidden Gems - 8 Less Traveled Stops - Iceland with a View
Visiting Iceland wand wondering how you can get silky waterfall photos⁉️ SWIPE to see my Goðafoss photo on my FIRST trip to Iceland, compared to living in Iceland and being able to practice getting that silky look maaaany times. . Can I make a confession? I didn't even LIKE the silky waterfall look at first. I was like "that is NOT how the waterfall looks in real life!" But after seeing all the pros posting ONLY silky pics I started to come around to it. And now, I am OBSESSED! I love ...
Best Small Towns in Scotland | Oyster.com
Scotland never fails to impress with its romantic castles, rugged Highlands, friendly locals, and idyllic lochs. Cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow entices visitors. However, it’s the tiny stone villages dotting Scotland’s picturesque farmland and coastline that give visitors a glimpse into traditional Scottish life and culture. With 790 islands and a vast countryside, there are enough remote villages and towns to occupy a lifetime of excursions. Here's our favorites.
Discovering the Beauty of Scotland's Highlands - Fab Everyday
Where to buy spirits in the Highlands of Scotland: The Whisky Castle shop in Tomintoul offers over 600 malt whiskies! Click or visit FabEveryday.com for recommendations on where to stay, the top sites to see, our best places to eat as well as reviews, recommendations, and tips for activities for kids during a family road trip through the Scottish Highlands, U.K. It was amazing to see the beautiful scenery from Outlander and Braveheart. Pin this one to plan a trip to the Highlands!
The Best Coffee Shops in Edinburgh (With WiFi)
Craving coffee in Edinburgh? These Scotland coffee shops will keep you caffeinated---plus there's WiFi! #Scotland #Travel #Edinburgh | Coffee in Europe | Scotland Cafes | Scotland travel | Edinburgh travel guide | Things to do in Edinburgh | Edinburgh coffee shops | Coffee shops | Coffee and travel | Backpacking Europe | Working in coffee shops
The Best Places To Drink Craft Beer In Reykjavik, Iceland - Jetsetting Fools
Stay out of the bars. That’s the #1 tip for budget travelers visiting Iceland. The best budget tip for those wanting to imbibe in Iceland and to save money is to purchase alcohol at the duty-free shop at the airport on arrival. While we clearly fall into the Budget Traveler category, there was zero chance we were going to bypass trying a few local brews at a pub. It is, after all, our preferred method of meeting and mingling with locals. We sacrificed the budget and found 3 places to drink.