As great as it was to be back in Dublin, I was really excited to see some parts of Ireland we hadn’t seen yet.  Our first stop was Kilkenny, a smaller town of about 25,000 people that feels even more small and cozy when you’re downtown.  We dropped off our stuff at our airbnb (that … More Kilkenny


We left Wales and had one more stop in England before flying to Ireland: Bath. Bath is a town so named as it was the Romans’ favorite place to (you guessed it!) take baths. I’m not kidding, it has one of the only thermal baths in England and its where the Romans would come to … More Bath


Leaving a city is never fun but I was excited to get more into the countryside and visit a ‘village’.  Ludlow has a population of 11,000, but it felt much smaller than that.  We also stayed at an Airbnb that was an actual bed and breakfast, so that was also a welcome change (breakfast!).  Our … More Ludlow

Edinburgh, Scotland

Our plane landed safely in Edinburgh (pronounced Edinburra by the locals) and we were off to our new place to stay for four nights. We arrived in the late afternoon, so our chances of getting out to explore were slim.  Luckily, our shuttle bus dropped us off in the center of the city and we … More Edinburgh, Scotland