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Christmas in Edinburgh, Scotland

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My daughter is spending the fall semester in Edinburgh and I'm planning a visit there beginning just before Christmas through New Year's (which I have read is quite special in Edinburgh). I had wanted to visit Inverness but I have been reading the weather is not suitable for travel up that way. It is our first visit to Scotland and I'd like to make the most of our time there. Nothing has been booked yet. I'd appreciate any and all suggestions for places to visit, means of travel, etc. Our group consists of my husband and our 19 & 23 year old son and daughter. We were thinking of renting an apartment in Edinburgh. We love great food, art, history, music and I'd love to get a kilt in a MacIntosh tartan. Many thanks in advance.

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