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The perfect road trip through Scotland

The perfect road trip through Scotland. A travel guide with a detailed itinerary starting in Glasgow and ending in Edinburgh. Click for more!

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What to Pack for Trips to Scotland

What to Pack for Trips to Scotland What to Pack for Glasgow/Edinburgh in Spring Spring is the best season to plan trips to Scotland. April is the sunniest and warmest month of the season. The temperature varies from 5-20 C / 40-68 F, but it’s quite chilled all the time. While the weather may be mild, it can still rain really badly. A waterproof jacket such as a trench coat is your best friend all the time. You can wear a cotton sweater or cardigan with a long sleeves shirt underneath…

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Glasgow, Scotland. Site of my first Irn Bru and 1st stop on our Scotland backpacking =)

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"A little to close for comfort" by Sean R. Heavey

"A little to close... for comfort." by Sean R. Heavey, Glasgow, MT // Imagekind.com – Buy stunning, museum-quality fine art prints, framed prints, and canvas prints directly from independent working artists and photographers.

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London Rain. Taken from the refuge of a London bookstore in 1982. By Raymond Cunningham

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Walk the West Highland Way. The West Highland Way is picture postcard Scotland set along old sheep-herding, Jacobite-quelling roads. The 95- mile journey stretches from Milngavie near Glasgow's industrial firmament through a landscape shaped by song, romance and roguish gallantry as much as glacial erosion and the volatile weather. Loch Lomond, Rob Roy's cave, Rannoch Moor and Glencoe are passed, traversed and soaked into the sinew of all who tred the way.