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Freaking out over nothing, but how does the coach connection with the ferry work? I'm travelling from Glasgow to Uig, and the bus gets in 10 minutes before the ferry is due to depart. Do we get time to get our tickets and do we get driven up to the ferry so we can board?
Being really stupid I know, but thanks!
Thanks for answering my question. I have around 10 days for scotland . After reading your answers i feel i should cut down some part from my itinerary. I will be using public transport. Will spend 4 days in london and 2days in manchester before going to scotland. So for 9 days in scotland can i cover Edinburgh, loch lomond, Glasgow and lake district ? What route should I follow to save time. Ill be going back to india from London.
We are walking the West Highland Way ending in Fort William. Looking for transportation options to visit Isle of Skye and then go on to Inverness before flying to London then home to Canada I.e. Tour, bus or train - not really wanting to figure out driving on the other side of the road. Although there seem to be options to and from Skye, seems we need a vehicle for flexible exploration?
We are Visiting scotland for the first time and have around 8 days.currently we are pretty confused about what to see and how to plan our tour .we will be in manchester on 20th july and would love to visit loch lomond, Glasgow Edinburgh lake district and inverness if possible. Pl guide about this and also how many days for each spot and what kind of transportation to use.
Walking from railroad station to Barriemore - distance? time?
I will stay in Edinburgh for two and a half days in March. I will stay at a hostel in High Street. I want to visit Scott Monument, Edinburgh Castle, St. Giles' Cathedral, The Palace of Holyroodhouse， Calton Hill, Princess Street, etc. but I do not know what the two day itinerary should be. Could you please give me some advices? Thank you very much.
I suppose questions like mine have been asked a gazillion times but I'll give it a go anyway. Me and my elderly parents are planning a trip to Scotland. Actually they're counting on me to do the planning and the driving. I guess they'll be in on the "drinking whisky" part though...
So: I'm thinking 2 Days in Edinburgh and then off to see the highlands somehow, I guess by renting a car. Staying in Edinburgh and doing day trips seems like a bad idea both travel-wise and Money.wise.
1. Should we opt for an itiniary that brings us to new places every day or should we choose a base-camp and take day trips from there?
2. Could I get some advice as to possible base-camp or villages to stay in night-by night if that's better? I've Heard Pitlochry but I don't know...
3. What should we see and do? The main object is Beautiful scenery, reachable by car. Some pretty villages would be nice. Not so much need for large cities. One or two distilleries, please. Cultural excursions (Castles and such), not very important but I guess one should see at least one?
Some final notes: I've been to Inveraray on a day trip. That was nice, my idea of a pretty village. And my mother is slightly disabled so no hiking will be done and preferably only short walks on well-paved surfaces.
I have now tried to book 3 homes to stay and each one has returned not available for my dates. Seems to me the system is falling down somewhat as the hosts should black out the days that their home is unavailable. Has anyone else had this problem? cheers :)
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