We are officially ‘Over the Hump’! It is Wednesday, and the downhill slope to the weekend starts here!
Our highlights from across where-i-live.com this week include :
- Just won the lottery? If you want to invest in a Scottish football club you don’t necessarily need to have won the jackpot. Read our article here.
- New to Scottish football? Here is our quick guide as to whom you might want to possibly support. Read our article here.
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- Glamping is a hybrid of the words glamorous and camping. Arriving at a “glampsite” and you can expect a few more luxuries than are traditionally associated with camping. You won’t even need to pitch your own tent. Forget baked beans, wet ground sheets and cold bucket showers – glamping is all about hot showers and designer toiletries, good food and luxury bedding! Read our article here.
- Stirlingshire’s Doune Castle is the best-preserved medieval stronghold you are likely to find in the whole of Scotland; from its formidable 12-metre high curtain wall, to its imposing main tower. So well preserved, in fact, that it has been predominantly used as a filming location in many major films and TV shows, from comedy classics like Monty Python and the Holy Grail, to recent cultural zeitgeists such as Game of Thrones. Despite its immense historical importance, and pop cultural relevance thereafter, it is relatively unknown outwith Scotland; to solve that, here is a thorough run-down of Doune Castle’s history, importance, filming locations, and accessibility. Read our article here
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