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A taste of Scotland and Ireland

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After researching my family roots, some of my family would like to go from North Carolina in the US to see a bit of Scotland and Ireland. Seems a shame to go that far and leave one of the locations out. It looks like it might be best to fly into Scotland for a few days , then fly to Ireland for a few days. I'm thinking 3 days top at each place. Don't have the time or money to stay longer and will probably never have a chance to go again. Would like to know from the experts what you think is the area to concentrate on. Would like to go in September probably.

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