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après une grosse journée de route avec des tites pauses photos / rando / ou juste gros détours... bon accessoirement on a aussi éclaté un de nos pneus le long d'un loch... (route petite, poids lourd qui fonce en contre sens... bref faut être prudent!!) On s'pause à fort william On est allé pour se poser au Fort williams bakcpackers mais pas de place du coup ils nous ont orienté vers un B&B pas loin pas cher pour nous héberger!! (avec une super vue sur la baie) B&B super cool notre hôte nous a aidé à nous dépatouiller avec notre compagnie de location pour réparer la voiture :p Et le soir on s'est baladé de pub en restaurant!!
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Perfect for: Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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After a fill of history, scotch and scrumptious food, keep the last day on the Scotland itinerary to relax and enjoy a slow pace. Take a train from Inverness to Glasgow (it will take about 3 and a half hours). Once there, spend the day taking in the sights and sounds of the city.
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For all lucky Harry Potter fans, you may have heard of Warner Brother Studios which has most of the Harry Potter sets and costumes and is just two hours away from the heart of London. For all Titanic fans who have seen the Titanic multiple times, here's the ultimate way for you to express your fandom. Belfast is a small town in Ireland where the Titanic was built. It is small but it is still the largest city and the capital of Northern Ireland. The entire town has remnants of the Titanic ranging from mementos to a small ship making factory to museums dedicated to the Titanic.
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A sparkling composition in granite. This port-city stands proudly, looking out across the North Sea.
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Deep in the Scottish Highlands, along a cold mountain stream lies a beautiful little town. A town surrounded by misty mountains, where an imposing castle stands tall overlooking houses that look like tiny matchboxes stacked to perfection. A town where people work during the day and spend the evenings angling in the Ness river which flows right through it. A town consisting of beautiful little cafes, hauntingly pretty alleys and a lush green forested area. Yes I am taking about the jewel in the crown of the Scottish Highlands – InvernessLocated in the far north of the United Kingdom, this place is one where the term “Heaven on Earth” might just stand true and I feel blessed that I have been able to spend a couple of days in this “paradise”In the paragraphs below I will attempt to describe this beauty as much as I can and although what the eyes saw might be tough to replicate in words, I will let my pictures do the talking.
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Took bus to St. Andrews