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My daughter is completing a 2 month internship in London. My husband and I will be visiting London for five day days in London and then our 20 year-old-daughter will join us to explore Scotland. We have 8 nights and 9 days budgeted to to this in early July. We'd like to visit Edinburgh (see historical sights, etc) and explore Loch Lomond (hiking and experiencing the natural beauty of the area). We are trying to decide how to divide the trip and to determine the best transportations options. Our original idea is to take a train from London to Edinburgh, spend part of the time exploring Edinburgh, and then hire a car to explore Loch Lomond. First is this a sane plan? Second, where should we consider a base to explore Loch Lomond. The three of us love history, enjoy good food, are active and want to enjoy and learn about/experience Scottish culture.

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