We just spent two amazing weeks camping our way through some of the Islands and Highlands of Scotland. We have much to say about this stupefyingly gorgeous place but we’re back on the road in the morning so for now, just a handful of pics to share.
A few of the best days of our 11 months of European travel were spent at the Fringe Festival, walking aimlessly through Edinburgh’s dreary and magical streets.
Vienna encompasses all that Europe has to offer: If you want to see Turkish influence in Europe, you can go to Nachtmarkt. If you want to see the best museums in Europe, go to the Museum Quarter.
Even when when you can’t hear it, the city of Salzburg is ensconced in music. With the Salzburg Music Festival just starting it seemed like everyone had taken to the streets to play Beethoven Quartets, especially its many music conservatory students.
Driving on Austria’s Glossglockner Road reminded us of the quintessential trip to a National Park in the United States where tourists hop into a car and spend the day seeing the sights from the road.
At the top of the gorge the climate is dry and hot, feeling almost like the Sierra Nevada, though the Tirolean architecture and Alpine peaks in the distance remind you where you are.