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A land of dramatic scenery, history, and culture, the northern third of the island of Great Britain makes for a popular and very rewarding visit, from the Highlands and Lowlands to great cities like Glasgow and Edinborough. Incomparable whisky, a thrilling music and theater scene, fascinating historic sites, distinctive culinary dishes like haggis - all this and more make Scotland a bonny destination, indeed.

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Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on July 8, 2013 at 3:37pm

Very true Dale Ann! And welcome to the group! :-)

Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on July 8, 2013 at 3:36pm

7 SIGHTS OF THE SHETLAND ISLES - THE COSIEST BUS STOP IN THE WORLD 

The cosiest Bus Stop of the World - Shetland Isles
La mas confortable parada del bus en el mundo - Islas Shetland

Can you show me a cosiest bus stop than this one???


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7 SIGHTS OF THE SHETLAND ISLES  - THE COSIEST BUS STOP IN THE WORLD...
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The Shetland Isles are a large subarctic archipelago situated North of Scotland and East of the Far Oer Isles. Although originally populated by the Norses is part of Scotland and United Kingdom and it is the most northerly Scottish region.
Beautiful beaches and hundreds of isles and rocks make the landscape particularly beautiful, you can easily spot the famous Shetland's ponies roaming free along beautiful sandy beaches, the puffins fighting against the wind next to sheer cliffs and spot whales at sea. You can enjoy being the only driver for miles, enjoying the freedom and the solitude of this wonderful place.
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Shetland Isles: At the end of the world in 7 pics... CLICK HERE
Comment by Dale Ann Leatherman on July 8, 2013 at 3:00pm

I've been to Scotland several times to play the major golf courses. Renting a car and exploring the back roads is the best way to get around and experience the country. Great people--especially the caddies, who add so much to the sport.

 

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