Scotland Travel Articles

 
Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: May 2010
Best BootsnAll Travel Photos: May 2010 Enjoy this feast for the eyes with some of the best travel photos from May 2010 on BootsnAll's daily travel photo site - and find out how yours can be featured here, too.
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5 Reasons To Add the Shetland Islands to Your Europe Itinerary
5 Reasons To Add the Shetland Islands to Your Europe Itinerary Why is it worth making a trip all the way up to the Shetland Islands? Barnaby Davies presents five of the many good reasons.
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My Brief Life as a Hibs Fan – Edinburgh, Scotland
My Brief Life as a Hibs Fan – Edinburgh, Scotland It's not easy being a Hibs fan. You have to wear green, jump up and down on stadium seating and worse--know all the words to the Proclaimers' songs, says Meg Robbins.
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May 1999 – Scotland, UK
May 1999 – Scotland, UK General Info. Scotland has many contrasts for a country which is comparatively
small. By all means visit the main cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, ...
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The Leopard Man – Scotland, Europe
Eve Armstrong met the Leopard Man - the strangest pensioner in all of Scotland.
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Don’t, Do Try Haggis – Scotland, Europe
Don’t, Do Try Haggis – Scotland, Europe Jim Enos debated whether he should eat the traditional dish of Scotland. Then he found a way never to be disappointed.
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The Great Phonecard Incident – Pitlochry, Scotland, Europe
This is one of the best stories Jim Enos and his wife tell on their return from a trip.

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Tattoo or Not – Edinburgh, Scotland
Tattoo or Not – Edinburgh, Scotland During the course of a visit to his home town of Edinburgh, his guests' choice of entertainment teaches Graham Smart a lesson or two.
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The Nias of the North – Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe
The Nias of the North – Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe Corinne Mayhew explores the reasons for surfing along the northern coast of Scotland - in winter.
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Journey of Drink Through Europe – London, Rome, Greece, Germany, Dublin, Scotland, Europe
When Fiona Sanguinetti left for Europe, she wanted to see the requisite cultural sites, but, more importantly, she wanted to mingle with the locals - what better way than in their drinking establishme
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