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I finally have my Scotland trip all booked.

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We are going early June. Now it all depends on the volcanoes in Iceland, any terrorist incidents, and us staying well. Buying trip insurance is next.

Itinerary: Hotel du Vin, Glasgow, Clachaig Inn, Glencoe, Inn at Loch Torridan, Cuillin Hills, Portree, Pierhouse at Port Appin, Thobermory Hotel on Mull, Taychreggan on Loch Awe. Thanks for all your responses to my questions.

One question about shopping in Scotland. The euro against the dollar has made trips for travelers to France cheaper this year. Not so, the pound. If I were to buy imported items from other countries in Europe that I might see in Scotland, good deal or not? In 2000 I bought a sweater in Fowey. When I got home the exact sweater was for sale at Nordstroms for about $10 less.

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