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  • Scotland ideal destination for active vacationers
    Scotland offers magnificant backdrop for once-in-a-lifetime vacation
    From its rugged, rich landscape to its unique castles and romantic history, a luxury holiday in Scotland is an excellent choice for families and couples everywhere. For those looking to experience the best of this intriguing country, securing...
  • Rare cup found in Scotland
    Metal detecting finds large collection of Viking artifacts
    We’ve all seen them. Those people on beaches, in parks and anywhere we’re relaxing. They’re all across America. They carry their metal detector and invade grassy areas, the water and even rocks. They’re searching for lost...
  • New species of sea monster discovered in Scotland
    New species of sea monster discovered in Scotland
    While the true nature of the loch ness monster has yet to be determined, it has become apparent that Scotland was once home to numerous sea monsters, including a new species that swam its ancient seas some 170 million years ago. The creature, said...
  • First Scots ichthyosaur discovered on Isle of Skye
    First Scots ichthyosaur discovered on Isle of Skye
    Dr. Steve Brusatte, of the University of Edinburgh's School of GeoSciences, and colleagues have identified a new species of ichthyosaur based on partial skeleton pieces that have been revealed over the last 56 years. The discovery was...
  • Dog abandoned with suitcase at Ayr, Scotland train station
    Dog abandoned with suitcase at Ayr, Scotland train station
    A medium sized mutt was discovered tied to a railing outside the Ayr, Scotland train station. The dog appeared to be abandoned along with a suitcase containing a dog bowl, a dog toy, dog food, and a pillow.According to Sky News on Jan 6., the pup...
  • Shar Pei deserted at Scottish train depot
    Shar Pei deserted at Scottish train depot
    Scottish police are searching for the person(s) who abandoned a male shar-pei at the Ayr railroad station on January 2nd. The dog was found tethered to a banister, along with a suitcase containing his food,dish, toys and pillow.According to...
  • Scotland treats its first Ebola patient
    Scotland treats its first Ebola patient
    Health officials in Scotland have announced the country’s first Ebola patient is now being treated at the Brownlee Unit for Infectious Diseases at Gartnaval Hospital in Glascow. The unnamed woman is said to be a female healthcare worker who...
  • Grand Central Hotel Glasgow exudes a sense of history
    Grand Central Hotel Glasgow exudes a sense of history
    First opened in 1883 next to Glasgow’s main train station, its doors leading straight to the concourse, the Grand Central Hotel is known as the city’s ‘grand old lady.’Closed for over a decade, then re-opened four years ago...
  • The Blackhouse: Murder in the Hebrides
    The Blackhouse: Murder in the Hebrides
    Cold rain and barren cliffs. Violent murder. Complicated relationships. Sounds like your average murder mystery, right? Wrong. Peter May’s The Blackhouse is anything but average.Published in English by Quarcus in the United Kingdom in 2011,...
  • Indigo Hotel Glasgow: a transformed landmark building
    Indigo Hotel Glasgow: a transformed landmark building
    Fashioned out of a landmark 19th century building, Indigo Hotel is a boutique luxury property conveniently positioned in the heart of Glasgow a five-minute walk from central train station.Once housing the city’s first electric power station...
  • Staircase designed by Charles Rennie Macintosh in the Glasgow Herald Building
    Glasgow: a revitalized city of culture and fine cuisine
    Glasgow not only offers a rich vein of culture, shopping delight and diverse cuisine but also an architectural fantasy - a Victorian city with a twenty-first century attitude, all reflected in eclectic buildings, diverse theatrical and musical...
  • Forensic Archeologists Sift through Ruins of Mackintosh Library
    Forensic Archeologists Sift through Ruins of Mackintosh Library
    Early last week, forensic archeologists began to sort through the ashes of The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Library, housed in the Mackintosh Building, which suffered fire damage on Friday, May 23, 2014. Completed in 1909 and designed...
  • Views of Holyrood Park and Edinburgh
    10 Reasons to celebrate the holidays in Scotland
    Yup, you guessed it: Chisholm is a Scottish surname. My forefathers even had a castle in Erchless—oh for the days of olde. However, visitors to the country now have just as much to explore and celebrate. Whether experiencing Christmas in...
  • The Robertsons are back with a 2-hour season premiere
    'Duck Dynasty' season premiere: The Robertsons are funny again, but for how long
    “Duck Dynasty" returned for Season 7 Wednesday night. It is hard to believe it has been that long since the Robertson clan first came into our living rooms. In this season premiere, the bearded men and their wives literally immerse...
  • 'Brave' reveals the heart of a true princess
    'Brave' reveals the heart of a true princess
    From a studio that has such iconic and memorable films as “Toy Story”, “Finding Nemo”, and “Wall-e” in its wake, Pixar’s rendition of the movie, “Brave”, offers a unique perspective to the...