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2-week trip to Scotland

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My husband and I are taking our first trip to Europe in April. We fly into Edinburgh on the 12th and out on the 26th. We will be relying solely on public transportation or booking day trip excursions to see the sites. Following our 8 night stay in Edinburgh we would like to set up a base for 5 nights in another part of Scotland that would allow us easy access to public transportation and enough sites to keep us occupied. We are intersted in seeing Inverness and perhaps the Isle of Mull or Skye, beyond that we are wide open to ideas. Any suggestions would be welcome.

Our interests include history, castles, abbey's, whisky, and nature, however, given some health concerns we would not be too interested in hiking or long walks.

Thanks for your input.

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