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Circle Tour of Scotland

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I would appreciate feedback about the feasibility of doing a driving circle tour of Scotland, following the coast line as much as practical. My husband and I will be visiting our son who is studying at St. Andrews. Our son would like to see both Hadrian's Wall and Jon O'Groat. As I studied the map, the possibility of a circle tour occurred to me.

We would possibly have 10 days for this. We will be arriving at EDI on May 23 in the morning and will depart for home on June 6. After arriving we would spend 2-3 days in St. Andrews. We visited Edinburgh, Stirling, Loch Lomand, the Trossachs and Loch Ness when we visited 2 years ago.

If such a driving tour makes sense, how does one begin to plan? We would like to visit a distillery or two, do a little hiking but mostly enjoy the scenery and the smaller villages.

Any suggestions or feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help.

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