Digital Nomads in Scotland 2019

Leaving For Scotland – 08/14/19


Arriving in Dublin Ireland – 08/15/19


No. 32 Hotel – 08/15/19


Scotland 1/2 Day -Haymarket & the Castle (Hunt for Dinner) 08/15/19


Johnston Terrace


Scotland Day 1 – Edinburgh Caste & the Regimental Museum 08/16/19


Victoria Street, Edinburgh


Victoria Street & Upper Bow, Edinburgh


King Stable Road, Edinburgh Scotland


Flodden’s Wall & Victoria Street, Edinburgh UK


Shandwick Place, Edinburgh UK


The Parish Church of St. Cuthbert, Edinburgh UK


The Royal Mile, Edinburgh UK 8-15-19


The Witchery by the Castle, Edinburgh UK


West End – Princes Street – Walker Street


George Square, Glasgow UK


Duke of Wellington, Glasgow Scotland


Glasgow – Drum & Monkey – Clutha & Victoria Bar


Victoria Street, Grassmarket, High Street


Picking Up Rental Car


Prince Street Gardens, Edinburgh UK


The Witchery by the Castle for Dinner


The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo


Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin Scotland


Tantallon Castle

is a ruined mid-14th-century fortress, located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) east of North Berwick, in East Lothian, Scotland. It sits atop a promontory opposite the Bass Rock, looking out onto the Firth of Forth. The last medieval curtain wall castle to be constructed in Scotland. Tantallon was built in the mid 14th century by William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas. It was passed to his illegitimate son, George Douglas, later created Earl of Angus, and despite several sieges, it remained the property of his descendants for much of its history. It was besieged by King James IV in 1491, and again by his successor James Vin 1528, when extensive damage was done. Tantallon saw action in the First Bishops’ War in 1639, and again during Oliver Cromwell’s invasion of Scotland in 1651, when it was once more severely damaged. It was sold by the Marquis of Douglas in 1699 to Hew Dalrymple, Lord North Berwick and the ruin is today in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.