For the last couple days the weather in Vienna was cold, wet, and windy. This reminded me of my trip to Scotland in the summer and the fact that I still have not posted any pictures here. Many of these I have already put on Instagram or Tumblr, but I wanted to all have them here on my on server.

Together with my friend Karin we bought Interrail tickets and on the first day we started from Linz to Cologne.

Dome in Cologne

On the second day we took a train to Rotterdam and then a ferry to Harwich in England and spent a night in London.

On deck of the ferry from Rotterdam to Harwich

Ferry from Rotterdam to Harwich

Container ship in the port of Harwich

On board of the ferry from Rotterdam to Harwich

After a few drinks in Hackney and a good nights sleep we continued to Newcastle-upon-Thyne in the north of England.

Gatehead building in Newcastle-upon-Thyne

Inside Gatehead building in Newcastle-upon-Thyne

On the next morning we finally made our way to Scotland and for the first couple of nights we stayed in Edinburgh.

North bridge in Edinburgh

On the way to Arthur's Seat just outside of Edinburgh

On top of Arthur's seat outside of Edinburgh
Edinburgh castle

Edinburgh castle

Greyfriars Kirk and Kirkyard

Taking the train Firth of Forth

We continued our journey north and stayed for a night in Pitlochery and took a walk to the nearby town of Killicrankie.

River Tummel near Pitlochery

House in Pitlochery

Woods between Pitlochery and Killiecrankie

Woods between Pitlochery and Killiecrankie

Soldiers Leap between Pitlochery and Killiecrankie

Woods between Pitlochery and Killiecrankie

Near Edradour destillery in Pitlochery

Edradour destillery

Edradour destillery

Edradour destillery

We had some problems finding a place to sleep, so we were quite happy when we found a hostel in Inverness for three nights.

River Loch in Inverness

On the first day we took a a trip to Dunrobin Castle, which is a pretty nice castle at the east cost of Scotland.

Dunrobin Castle

Dunrobin Castle

One of the places we wanted to visit was the Isle of Skye, because there is absolutely no reliable public transport going to the Isle we had to book a bus tour.

Highland Cow

Eilean Donan Castle

Loch Alsh near Eilean Donan Castle

After a few stops along the way we finally arrived on the Isle.

Vote Yes advertisment on Isle of Skye

Kyleakin on Isle of Skye

On the Isle of Skye

Elgol on Isle of Skye

Elgol on Isle of Skye

Way back from Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye

On our way to Glasgow we stopped for a few hours in Stirling and visited the old town and, of course, the castle.

Graveyard in Stirling

In the evening we arrived in Glasgow and went for a ale in Brewdog pub.

Brewdog Pub in Glasgow

Glasgow

Graveyeard in Glasgow

Glasgow

People's Palace in Glasgow

Glasgow

Glasgow

SSE Hydro in Glasgow

Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow

After two nights in Glasgow we left Scotland and went to Liverpool for a night.

Port of Liverpool

Cathedral in Liverpool

The last two nights we spent in Cardiff in Wales.

Market in Cardiff

Mouth of the Seven in Cardiff

Mouth of the Seven in Cardiff

Taking a water taxi in Cardiff

Beer brewery in Cardiff

View from Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle

We travelled back to Austria with a short stop in Brighton and spend a few hours on the beach.

Beach in Brighton