Frommer's Scotland

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 10, 2007 - Travel - 474 pages
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Frommerís Scotland features gorgeous color photos of the quaint villages, misty moors, and offshore islands that await you. Itís a highly personal guide thatís fun to read and even more fun to use on the roadóand itís much more complete and in-depth than its major competitors.

Youíll find complete details on lovely small towns, world-class golf courses, superb fishing, country pubs, whiskey distilleries, natural wonders, castles, literary landmarks, mysterious ancient ruins, and Edinburghís vibrant cultural scene.

  

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Contents

The Best of Scotland
4
Planning Your Trip to Scotland
20
The Active Vacation Planner
53
4
64
Edinburgh the Lothian Region
75
Where to Stay
81
Where to Dine
94
Exploring the City
102
Stirling
261
Dunblane Its Grand Cathedral
267
Aberdeen the Tayside Grampian Regions
279
Around Loch Linnhe
324
Invergarry
331
An Overview
363
Scotland in Depth
378
Colonsay
389

The Borders Galloway Regions
133
Glasgow the Strathclyde Region
167
The Kintyre Peninsula
222
Dunfermline Its Great Abbey
243
East Neuks Scenic Fishing
249
North South Uist
396
A Land
419
A Portrait of the Scots
441
Restaurant Index
465
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An experienced team of veteran travel writers, Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince have produced numerous titles for Frommerís, including best-selling guides to Italy, France, the Caribbean, England, Germany, and Portugal. A noted Hollywood biographer, Porter is the author of Brando Unzipped and Jacko: His Rise and Fall, which documents the saga of Michael Jackson. Porter is also a widely respected film critic, entertainment columnist, and radio commentator, with broadcasts heard in all 50 states. Prince, formerly of the New York Times Paris bureau, is president of Blood Moon Productions (www.BloodMoonProductions.com) and other media-related firms.

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