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Iain A.D. 
Posted: 16-Jan-2007, 02:13 PM
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One of the best websites you can use for planning your trip is this:

Undiscovered Scotland

If you plan to visit Edinburgh it might be best to do this at the start or end of your trip, thereby avoiding having a hire car in the city. Believe me, you dont want to do this ! biggrin.gif And for your stay in the city you dont need a car wink.gif

Please also try to fit in a couple of days in the Borders - too many visitors head straight for the highlands and miss out on what the Scottish borders has to offer wink.gif



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Posted: 21-Jan-2007, 11:09 PM
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QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ 10-Jan-2007, 08:46 PM)
Tyndrum, at The Green Welly Stop. It's a few retail stores, food, gas and just a simple place to stop and stretch before you get into the Highlands, cause there's no place else to stop, once your in the Highlands.

Aaed, there is one place to stop along the road to Glen Coe, roughly about half way. Sorry, don't remember the name of it but I do have a picture of it. When you recognize the place, just keep driving, unless you are really desperate. The place was smelly and filthy. They do have gas pumps but try to avoid going inside. It really is nasty!!


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Ok, the clock is ticking!! I am still hoping to make this trip, and am currently thinking about this time next year. I really would like a friend to go along. It looks like my dad at least isn't really too interested in going though. So I'm hoping it'll be me and at least one friend. I'm trying to decide between 1 or 2 weeks, and hope for the latter. Anyone want to come along? Right now, I'm thinking a day or two in the St. Andrews area, then across to Skye and down. If I can, I'd like to slip over to the Isle of Mann for a day or two as well. Edinburgh seems the most likely place to fly in and out of, so Stirling and Falkirk should be convenient visits as well if I remember the map right.


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