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Scotland in 28 Days

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Scotland in May, 2012. Here is what we have planned so far: 5 nights in Callander (Stirling, The Trossachs and Loch Lomond); 3 nights Edinburgh; 2 nights Invergarry (Glencoe, The Great Clen, Glen Affric); 6 nights Grantown on Spey (in cottage-Whiskey distilleries, Inverness, Castle Leod, northern highlands)); 4 nights Orkney; 4 nights Skye.
We have 4 more nights in Scotland other than the one spent at the airport hotel for an early flight next day and want suggestions as to where we should spend these last 4 nights. We had considered the border country with a trip to Hadrian's Wall. We love history, just riding and sightseeing and castles. Would you suggest somewhere else in Scotland vs. the Borders? Thanks for all your help.

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