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After spending some time with myself, I headed towards MIT and decided to follow the bank of Charles River as shown in the map. ......It is a beauteous evening, calm and free, he holy time is quiet as a Nun Breathless with adoration; the broad sun Is sinking down in its tranquility; .........William Wordsworth Beautiful fresh air whilst riding beside the Charles River reminded me of many Wordsworth poems....
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Another alternative would be that, you can consider taking a night’s break in Fort William and explore the place before resuming your drive all the way to Isle of Skye. • MALLAIG FERRY: One-hour drive from Fort William to the town of Mallaig for the 30-minute ferry ride to Armadale. • SKYE BRIDGE: Once again from Fort William, head north to Skye Bridge which is a 2 hours’ scenic drive to Isle of Skye....
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Day 3: Morning train to Edinburgh, lodged in Belford Hostel (Church converted to hostel), Louden's Bakery for breakfast, visit to Edinburgh Castle and Royal Mile, Scottish Parliament, Hollyrood Castle, Picked up car from Arnold Clark, Royal Yacht and ghost dungeon tour in the evening Day 4: Breakfast at Honeycomb Tearoom, Start drive towards Inverness, Visit Stirling castle, Drive along Loch Lomond (beautiful view along the single track roads), Reached Inverness Day 5: Breakfast at Cafe 81, Uruquhart castle, Fort Augustus, Caledonian canal, Cameron tea room for lunch, Speyside and Telford Thomas bridge on Invermoriston river, Culloden battlefields, Clava Cairns, Foyers Waterfall, Day 6: Maccallan Distillery, Johnston Woolen mill for lunch, Check in to Sea side croft Airbnb near John O Groats Day 7: Ferry to Kirkwall, Orkney tour taking us to Museum, Cathedral, The Secret Garden, Stromness (Ale platter and rich ice cream to be definitely tried), Scara Brae, Ring of Brodgar, Standing Stones of Stenness, Italian chapel, Check into Old tea room airbnb near John O Groats, Day 8: Left for Skye, Dunrobin Castle on way, Checked into Skyewalkers Hostel Day 9: Breakfast at Cafe Arriba, Portree, Walked to Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock Veiw point, Quairing, Dunvegan, Lighthouse of Neist, Dinner at Old Inn Day 10: Old inn for breakfast, Visited Talasker, Fairy Pool(Do take a dip in them), Elgol, Reached Fort William for Dinner at Storlost inn Day 11: Jacobite train viewing, Beer garden cafe for brunch in Fort Williams, West Highland Museum, Waterfall and walks at Glen Navis, Dinner at Grog and Gruel and Ben Navis restaurant Day 12: Leave for Oban, Brunch in kitchen garden, Boat ride to see seal families, Eagles and Salmon farming, McCaig Tower, Dunolli Castle, Waffles at Oban Chocolate Company(A must), Scotland music and dance at Skipnish House Day 13: Left for Glasgow, Murals on the street, Modern Art Gallery, Reached Edinburgh, returned the car with '0' fine for speed limit, shopping for kilts and other Scottish Sovenieur as they wont be available in London , Evening Walk to Arthur's seat, Bus to Edinburgh Day 14: Frank's cafe for Breakfast, Wimbledon Tour, Shopping at Oxford Street, Lion king at Theatre Lyceum, Dinner at Bella Italia Day 15: Harry Potter Tour at Warner Bros Studio, Evening Flight to New Delhi...
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