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Advice on a (hopefully) restful Scottish experience?

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My boyfriend and I are planning a two week trip, starting with a week in Ireland and ending in Scotland. Right now, we have plans to fly into Glasgow, leave it immediately, and head to the Isle of Skye. We are struggling with trying to relax/hike/enjoy Skye as much as we can, and to fit in a few sites. It would be nice to drive through Glen Coe, see Culloden, go to Fort William, see Eileen Donan castle, vist Loch Ness, and tour Stirling before flying out of Edinburough (spending two-ish days there first). Since we have 7 days, we need to weed things out. I'm guessing we'll have to skip Culloden and Loch Ness? Can we drive from Skye to Edinburough in one day with time to stop in Stirling, or should we plan a night there?

Thanks for any advice!

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