First stop was Glenfinnan Viaduct. The Jacobite monument is across the road. It's a memorial to those who followed Bonnie Prince Charlie in "the forty-five".
We even stayed to see a train go by. It wasn't the steam train, unfortunately, but still fun.
After that, we drove through Fort William and over to Glen Coe for a quick stop. The drive back was absolutely gorgeous and as we passed through to top of The Trossachs, we realized that's probably where we should have spent more time.
As we neared Edinburgh, we realized we had time to stop by Stirling Castle so we did a quick tour there.
And from there we made a quick stop at The Kelpies, which was on mine and Amy's lists as something we had to see. I don't really know why because I've never even been near a horse before so it's not like I'm a fan of them. Still we stopped and got some pictures.
By the time we were done with that, we were so ready to be out of the car and I was very ready to go home. We dropped off the car, took a cab to our hotel and repacked our bags. The next morning we got up and got to the airport for the long trip home.
This was a good trip. Scotland is truly a beautiful country and I love the history and pretty much everything about it, except the driving. I'd go back. And now, I'm wanting to read books set there. :)