Three full days. Only three full days. We stayed at the Novotel just up from the Grass Market, overlooked by the Edinburgh Castle. One day was devoted to exploring Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Yacht, the Britannia. Another day to exploring Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond. While on Loch Lomond we saw a beautiful rainbow arched across the sky in front of us. A final day devoted to Glasgow -the William Burrell Museum, St. Mungo’s Cathedral – followed by a very fine dining experience at The Corinthian. Scotland is beautiful. We drove through the Highlands and saw a patch of Highland cows in the meadow. Evenings were spent at the pubs in the Grass Market. We had a lot of fun at Maggie Dickson’s, love the lore of her story and how she lives on celebrated by a pub. I had my first taste of haggis with neeps and tatties. My last evening in Scotland was surprisingly satisfying as I dined at a fantastic pizza place (Grass Market) and listened to music, alone and plugged in, my private farewell to 12 days of adventuring in the United Kingdom and Ireland.