I would greatly appreciate some feedback. I am beginning to plan a trip for September 2016. My thoughts were to fly from Mississippi, USA to Edinburgh, Scotland. My husband is 74 and has mild/moderate Alzheimer's. We are still managing to get around ok. Last year we flew to Boston and rented a car and went up the east coast to Bar Harbor, Maine on to Quebec, Canada and back to Boston over a 2 week period stopping in many towns and cities . This trip may be our final overseas trip. I want to keep it easy and I am fighting my desire to try and stuff as much as I can into the trip. Number 1 on our trip is the Isle of Skye. We are interested in the Jacobite Steam Train. Edinburgh seems to be the "city" to see. Anything else in between these points of travel would be icing to us. We are interested in hiking, history, ancestory and Cairn Terrier Dogs. I have considered renting a car, BUT I want things to be stress free. Driving might be a challenge. After 7 days we would like to travel to London. From there we plan to make day trips to Stone Henge, Bath, Downton Abbey's castle and sights in London. In 2013 we spent 2 days in London at the end of a Rick Steve's 21 day Europe tour. We visited the big ones. Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, a play in Piccadilly etc.
Any comments, advice, thoughts would be appreciated. I know that September is pretty close as far as booking a trip.
Sandy Black Campbell