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Scotland: Architectural Highlights and Natural Beauty

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My daughters are taking me on my dream vacation to Scotland for 2 weeks in July. I am especially interested in architecture(Macintosh.) Our rough plans as of now are 3 nights in Edinburgh, train to Glasgow for 3 nights, rent a car and visit Loch Lomond, Isle of Skye, Inverness(giving this portion of trip 3nights) then one night in Perth and back to Edinburgh for 2 nights. Does the driving portion seem realistic timewise? My daughters seem to think we need 5 days in Edinburgh. Does this seem excessive? Is going to Hill House very out of the way for this trip? We are trying to accommodate all our tastes. Also how do we pack for this trip? Will it get very cold in July? Would appreciate any guidance you may offer. Thank you.

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