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Scotland for 4 weeks in July/August 2013

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We're in our late 60's. We've booked a car for the duration of our stay; and bought tickets, and prebooked accommodation for the Edinburgh Tattoo.

Also bought a Guide Book for Scotland.

We're internet savvy - BUT!! Many sites are a bit 'sterile', and obviously mainly written/contributed to by a different age group to us!

We crave personal experience/information, from our peers (or their children).

We'll be there from mid July to mid August in 2013.

What do previous travellers to Scotland, and residents - in our age bracket, really recommend as 'GREAT'?

Our interests are history, old buildings, culture, reasonable walks, scenery, the Scots.

We are not into the 'party' scene - but we like good food; good Scotch; good beer.

What about Orkney and/or other islands??

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