Re: Travelling in Scotland and England



Following up to Mike....

or a 'challenging' drive across incredible
countryside on incredibly bendy and slow roads.

thats the way to go.

the beauty of rural england is in the villages, byways and moors and
mountains, not on the motorways or railway lines. I think you have to
decide if you have the time to enjoy those rural routes and are able to
adjust to roads where you note the passing places and are ready to reverse
when needed. It would probably be best to stop overnight somewhere in a pub
and really get into it. If all that doesnt appeal and its art galleries and
city museums you want then take whichever mainstream transport is cheaper
or most convenient.
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"Mike....."(not "Mike")
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