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Scotland---3 Nights between Pitlochry and York

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I am starting to pull together a trip to Scotland next May. "We" being two adult couples, well-traveled but new to Scotland. We plan to do a 6-day walk from Drymen to Pitlochry and I have the time before the walk pretty well in hand (including 2 nights in Edinburgh). After we arrive in Pitlochy and spend the night there, we have three days and nights open, ending at York. We could use one of them for more time at Pitlochry if it is worth it (especially the theater).

We will travel by train and I am thinking of spending the time in Fife, but where? Stifling? St. Andrews? We are not golfers but we are drawn to the coast, so St. Andrews looks appealing. Also one among us is an academic type, so the university would be interesting (assuming we can visit in late May). I see the train stops at Leuchars which is close; we could taxi from there.

Any other places we should consider? We would rather not move each day.

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