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Scenic Trips in the Scottish Highlands, Scottish Highlands

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Posted on: October 1, 2008 at 3:34AM

By Guest Onalaska, WA. USA


Scotland is a mixture of stimulation and relaxation to the traveller. Balquhidder, not quite in the Highlands, beautiful, small village, just north of Calendar, visit Rob Roy's Family grave. Glencoe, visit the history of the MacDonald Clan. See the Highland scenery. Take a breath, feel yourself think. Stress fades. Visit the pubs, the folk may stare, but they are really friendly. Enjoy the Cuisine, the little local pubs, have the best food, and are cheaper than eating in restaurants. Go to the Woollen Mills, buy Sweaters you may never otherwise see, that will last. Green and Purple, Yellows, and Lilacs are the colours, of the countryside. Gorses run amok. If Golf is your taste, use the famous Golf Courses. None are finer. Your world will only get better, from having visited Scotland. Steeped in history, the towns still hang onto their old charm, and naivety. Modernization is creeping in, but painstaking actions are made not to disturb, the buildings, or towns architectual character. It may rain, but that is Scotland's charm, and keeps the colours of the land. Search for the Loch Ness Monster, she is out there. Go find what you are looking for in a vacation. Scotland has it all.

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