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    by ibrshao Fodor's Editor | Posted on Apr 24, 17 at 06:21 PM
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14 Day London, Scotland Rough Itinerary.

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This has been sort of a last minute plan for me so I'm still working out the specifics of what I'll see in each place. I wanted to get some input to see if this sounds like a reasonable itinerary.

Arrive April 13 at 10:00 p.m.
14-16 Explore London

17 Day trip to Bath

18-20 More London (maybe another day trip in there?)
Friday night the 20th- take the sleeper train to Inverness (?)
OR fly on Saturday morning (?)

21-22 Arrive at Inverness in the morning, rent a car, drive to Isle of Skye

23-25 Take train to Edinburgh, Explore Edinburgh

26 Day trip to Stirling (or other small town yet to be discovered)

27 Enjoy last day in Edinburgh

28 Head home from Edinburgh

What are my options for getting from London to Skye? I felt like that was a better option than going London to Edinburgh to Skye and back to Edinburgh. I checked on the sleeper trains but it looks like flying might be less expensive, though I like the idea of overnight travel... Any suggestions, adjustments and/or input are appreciated.

-Linda

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