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Protected: Outlander Immersion Tour – July 31 2018

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Protected: Outlander Redoux Tour – July 24 2018

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Getting to Inverness

To get to Inverness, you can fly, or take a train or a bus.  Here is a map with the bus station the train station and the Ballifeary Guest House highlighted.  Click on the map to enlarge. Flying There are direct flights to Inverness Airport from London (Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton), Amsterdam (Schiphol), Bristol, Manchester, […]

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Protected: Outlander Immersion Tour – July 17 2018

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Glasgow Restaurants Map

There are too many places to list in Glasgow.  I’ve eaten at the Butterfly and the Pig (upper left) although it moved so I’m not sure it’s the same, and Browns (lower right). Click on the maps to enlarge them. And there are more restaurants in Glasgow’s West End.  

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Protected: Outlander Immersion Tour – July 3rd 2018

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Motion Sickness

If you are prone to motion sickness, please take your favorite medicine with you.  The roads in the highlands are curvy and hilly and it is not fair to ask to sit in the front seat the whole time. Some days are worse than others (I think the day to Glen Affric is the worst) […]

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Calendar House and Polmont Woods

 

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Things to do in Inverness

Inverness is often called the Capital of the Highlands.  It is a good central point for branching out and seeing other sites in the highlands.  But that’s a different blog – this one is about things to do *in* Inverness, Scotland. 1) The tourist information center Visit Scotland is just up the hill from the […]

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Packing Light

Above – the back of the van used for Outlander Immersion tours. If you don’t already pack light, I highly encourage it.  Here is a picture of my suitcase (right->) for a 4 week trip to Ireland and Scotland.  One 22″ suitcase (purple), a day pack and a small purse. Seriously!  That’s all! (See below […]

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