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2003/05/10 18:25:41 (permalink)

Scotland

Going to Scotland for 3 weeks,self-drive tour primarily the areas of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Sterling for a week, then north and more west to the Isle of Skye, Applecross Pennisula, etc. Does anyone have any suggestions for B&B's, restuarants, pubs, music venues, etc.

Thank you in advance.
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    seafarer john
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    RE: Scotland 2003/05/10 20:32:59 (permalink)
    Forget the BBQ and everything great in American roadfood. Go for the distilleries and have a "wee dock n dorrah" for all of us stay at homes.
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    RAllen5835
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    RE: Scotland 2003/05/10 22:03:24 (permalink)
    Hello there:

    I certainly envy you for your upcoming trip! Sounds like a great time. I suggest that you check-in with Scotty over at About.com. He's the moderator for the Scotland forum. If he isn't still there, post your question in their forum. Have a great trip.

    Bob
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    marberthenad
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    RE: Scotland 2004/03/31 21:18:52 (permalink)
    A little late for me to suggest places to eat, but we sure did enjoy haggis and a dram of whiskey. Also, the breakfasts are just awesome. In Edinburgh and Glasgow, we saw these shops that served a wide variety of deep fried foods, including deep fried chocolate bars and just about anything else you could imagine could be put into a deep fryer.
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    rigoleto
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    RE: Scotland 2004/07/11 06:06:11 (permalink)
    Try the kippers. It's smoked herring cut wide open in half and served as breakfast, with fried eggs sunny side up. YUMMMIE!!!
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    the ancient mariner
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    RE: Scotland 2004/07/11 08:22:34 (permalink)
    Last months Bon Appetit or Food and Wine was dedicated to Scotland. A trip to the library might turn up all the stuff you are looking for.
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    Jellybeans
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    RE: Scotland 2004/07/11 10:34:35 (permalink)
    If you are thinking of stopping by St Andrews, don't miss getting some absolutely FABULOUS italian ice cream from Janetta's. It's a can't-miss experience.

    For great italian eats in Scotland (don't laugh -- these really are good!):

    Fratelli Sarti - synonymous with classic Ligurian and Tuscan food
    Address: 121 Bath Street, Glasgow
    Tel: 0141 204 0440

    Restorante Tinelli - fantastic food
    Address: 139 Easter Road, Edinburgh
    Tel: 0131 652 1932

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    noodlepie
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    RE: Scotland 2004/10/17 23:57:09 (permalink)
    The Witchery is good - but posh.
    http://www.thewitchery.com/witch.html
    Check out the reviews in The Sunday Herald Magazine
    http://www.sundayherald.com/magazinehome.shtml

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