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The itinerarary was wonderful, mixing stunning Edinburgh and a meandering tour of the countryside with a ongoing commentary and history lessons from our guide, Liz Lister.The hotels were comfortable, convenient to sights and and quite lovely.This evening we'll enjoy dinner together, and then listen to the history of bagpipes and a real Scottish piper. This morning we'll tour a reconstruction of Scotland's unique crannogs: prehistoric, defensive homesteads built on piers out over the lochs.Sleep in or near the village of Kenmore (2 nights). We'll also learn about the first people to farm in this part of the world, millennia ago. Today we'll tour evocative Culloden Battlefield where, in 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie's defeat ended decades of Scottish rebellion against the English government.
Our guide, Liz Lister, was warm, funny, smart and caring.We'll return to Oban, and our own century, in time for dinner. Tonight we'll share memories of Scotland and toast new friends at our final dinner together. Glasgow is one hour away by train; London is 90 minutes by air.For those tempted to continue their trip, Edinburgh is a great jumping off point to Paris, Dublin, Amsterdam, and many other exciting destinations.I think that was the thesis, the summary of the tour." Just the BEST!"Visiting Neil and seeing the farm and sheep dogs was amazing!