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Scotland In 6 Days/March 2013

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My husband and I have only 6 days in middle of March to see what we can of Scotland.
We arrive at EDI late in afternoon then the next day will be Day 1. Day 7 we will leave EDI in the morning.We will be renting a car at EDI. We would like to see castles, one distillery would be fine, good food and beer/ale, we love hiking and sight seeing and would like some B&B's with a budget for those not to exceed 80 GBP per night (sorry can't figure how to get pound sign on my net book). Edinburgh looks great even though we are not really city people, we would like to spend a day seeing the castle,royal mile and whatever else we can fit in (suggestions?) Not sure whether to do Edinburgh first or last, as Day 1 will be a Sunday. We know we would love both Skye and The Cairngorms area but figure we cannot fit both in. The Road to The Isles sounds nice, too. Can we fit in a ride through the Highlands area and Skye? I realize that weather may be a factor in the Highlands. Thanks for any help. I have read so much and looked at so many sites online that I am afraid I have confused myself and feel back at square one. Oh, and one more question...is it best for me to get a disposable phone as I cannot get a plan for my simple cell phone I use now, and where are they available. Can I use that same phone in Sweden? Plan on bringing my net book, also. We have elderly parents back home that we may need to keep in touch with. Thanks!

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