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Old 31st August 1999, 22:38
orinocoflow orinocoflow is offline
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Can anyone offer some advance about where to find the best information on traveling to Scotland?
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If anyone offer places to visit and stay?
Any help would be appreciated

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Old 31st August 1999, 23:14
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http://www.destination-scotland.co.uk should help.

Personally, I'd say take in at least one major Scottish city, and spend the rest of your time "roaming" the Highlands. You'll love it.
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Old 1st September 1999, 16:27
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Thanks so much. I appreciate the tip. =)
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Old 1st September 1999, 16:42
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No problem at all.

When do you plan to come over?
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Old 1st September 1999, 19:42
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come and stay at Dunalastair hotel.

The true heart of Scotland.com!


www.haggis.ccc


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Old 1st September 1999, 20:31
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That I don't know. It really depends on how much I am going to have to spend. I am going to college so it is a bit of a drain on my finances. Maybe it is silly but I am trying to pay for my own education. It is a challenge rather than having to rely on the government...

oh but scotland........I would give anything to be there now...if I could = )
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Old 1st September 1999, 21:13
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Could we all stay at the Dunalastair? We could have a big Scotland.com party!

I'm a touch fond of parties. If I drink too much I get the hiccups though.
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