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I am just starting to plan a trip to Ireland and Scotland in December 2014. I think I was very naive thinking it was simple and easy to take a car into a ferry for the transition from Ireland to Scotland, but going through several fodorit’s reports I found that nobody does that. There must be a reason.
I hate to flight in the middle of a vacation, it is practically a whole day lost, with added stress, while driving one enjoys the scenery, make stops, talk to locals.
I would appreciate comments and suggestions on that.
Thank you!

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