HOW

TO GET THERE

First, fly to Scotland.
Arrival/Departure airports include:
Inverness:
Considered the capital of the Scottish Highlands, Inverness has been settled since at least the 6th century CE and is situated near the site of the 18th century Battle of Culloden, the final confrontation of the Jacobite uprising. It is named for the River Ness which flows from the nearby and famous Loch Ness. Clan Cumming hails originally from Badenoch district, just to the south.
Approximately 2.5 hours drive to Skye
Edinburgh:
The capital city of Scotland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Edinburgh is home to the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Castle, and Authur's Seat, which nearly claimed Lauren's face during an inebriated hike in 2005. One can also find here the Scottish Parliament Building, which Doug hates. It's awful.
Approximately 4.5 hours drive to Skye
Glasgow:
This is the most populous city in Scotland, with a bustling cultural and music scene that is home of bands Belle and Sebastian, Mogwai, and Franz Ferdinand. Also known for its strong, almost impenetrable accent.
Approximately 4.5 hours drive to Skye

TYING THE KNOT

OCTOBER 9, 2019