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    I'm traveling to Northern Ireland and Scotland in July and I would appreciate any ideas and/or information anyone can offer about where to go, where to stay, what to see, do's, dont's, etc. Any information would be appreciated. I thought I'd post this here because there's quite a few folks from the UK on this forum. Cities are ok and I enjoy some things a city has to offer but I'm more interested in seeing the countryside and landscape. Im also interested in history, architecture and the arts. Ideas, thoughts, experiences?
     
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    I always wanted to see Scotland. Post pics!!!
     
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    Spent a good amount of time in Edinburgh.
    Ummm dont wear shades, they dont like that over there.
    I personally would visit distilleries and the Loch Ness of course... :)
     
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    I would love to go to those places. Edinburgh is the most beautiful city I've seen in a picture. I would like to see some of Mackintosh's work in Glasgow. I would like to do the Ulysses walking tour in Dublin. Have a fabulous trip.
     
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    Oh and bangers and beans everyday. Plus every place I went had the best coffee ever. Even at the places you wouldnt expect it. Better than any coffee I have ever had at Starbucks. A complete surprise. Plus all of the food was really good there. Seriously I had some of the best pasta and Indian food while there. Edinburgh anyway...
     
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    I hear my ancestors came from Scotland, but they never told me where to want to go. Think I'm kind of good with that.
     
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    I haven't been there myself, but have always wanted to do whiskey trail there. Maybe you can do it on my behalf ;)
     
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    Edinburgh is dope. I'd move there in a heartbeat.

    Old town has a old world vibe to it with steep roads that wind down through some Harry Potter-looking architecture. Then there's that giant castle on a cliff. You can hang out at prince street gardens down by the nearby rail station. I also personally stayed over to west end which is the more suburban part of the city center, and even it had a certain scottish charm.

    Edinburgh also has a small and varied museum that's worth checking out, which is surrounded by a bunch of smaller museums within walking distance.
     
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