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    • Buildings and their uses?

      Applecross Sep 27, 2015 at 1:24 PM

      In 1969 I spent a few weeks in a large house with 30 kids from Glasgow schools, there was a boat house close by with canoes, and we walked for days and stayed in bothys! I was 14 and all I know was it was in Applecross. Does anyone know where or what house was used for this council run outward bound course?

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      7-8 Day Itinerary

      Scotland Sep 23, 2015 at 12:11 AM

      We are a family of 5 including 2 senior citizens (my parents) and a 12 year old child. We plan to rent a car and tour Scotland. We prefer to set up base at 2 locations and travel around from these. Kindly suggest some itineraries for our tour

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      Edinburgh for a solo female traveller on a £30 per day budget, any tips? (Dec 17-19)

      Edinburgh Sep 14, 2015 at 11:44 PM

      I am thinking of spending a few days just to experience Edinburgh for a bit and see/do some useful things. On a budget, obviously. Not planning on doing a lot of outdoor sightseeing or shopping. Perhaps would be nice to experience some real proper Scotch whiskey. :) :) :) How cold will it be during those times, any tips on winter wear? Also, is it safe for a female 30yo? Dates: Dec 17 - 19 Accomodation preference: hostel/community accomodation (anything lively and with other travellers, I like meeting people) laugh

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      Left luggage in Falkirk

      by kevarms Online Now Jul 29, 2007 at 11:58 PM

      Further to my earlier question about stopping off to see the Falkirk Wheel when travelling between Stirling and Edinburgh. I've just realised we will have a heavy bag with us!!!
      Is there anywhere we can leave it while we are visiting the wheel? I've checked the train stations and none of them seem to have left luggage facilities. :(

      1 Answer Aug 3, 2007 at 2:51 PM
    • Bus to Falkirk Wheel and Callender House

      by cathy9510usa Online Now Sep 7, 2006 at 6:11 AM


      I'm making a day trip by train to Falkirk arriving at Grahamston Station and leaving from High Street Station. I'd like to take a bus to the Falkirk Wheel and, if I have time, see the Callender House. I wouldn't mind walking to the latter from the center of town if that's possible. Can anyone tell me if there are buses to these sites? Thank you very much.

      4 Answers Sep 7, 2006 at 12:34 PM