Rene Looper

Rene Looper

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    What is megabus like to travel with?

    Hit and miss really. They are reliable and economical though. Travelled with them twice. First trip we were handled like cattle with a grumpy driver, second time was a lot better. A jolly driver which made the trip a LOT more pleasurable. Definitely a reliable and economical option so best to give them a try. Good luck! over 8 years ago

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    Traveling from Gullane to Inverness, which one distillery would you suggest for a tasting tour?

    Just before Inverness you'll find the Tomatin distillery. A nice small distillery with visitor centre and shop. See: http://www.tomatin.com/distillery/visitor-centre Hope this helps, enjoy your trip! Rene over 8 years ago

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    What is the fastest and easiest way from Edinburgh to Inverness/Forres/Findhorn, departing late afternoon?

    I would stay over in Edinburgh and drive up to Findhorn the next day. The drive to Findhorn is awesome and you miss all that by driving at night. Best is to drive from Edinburgh to Perth, Pitlochry, Aviemore on the A9, turn off at Aviemore and drive over the Dave Moors to Forres and then to Findhorn. About a 3 hour drive. You'll love it. Driving in the dark through this kind of area's you need to be careful with deer and other wildlife on roads. Feel free to contact me for more info. Enjoy! over 9 years ago

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    Has anyone visited any whisky distilleries in Scotland ?

    Oh yes. Visited many distilleries..... love whisky! :) I used to live in Forres, Speyside which is surrounded by good distilleries. Glenfiddich, Macallan, Glen Moray, Strathisla, Benromach (in Forres) Dallas Dhu (historic distillery) See http://www.greaterspeyside.com for more info on distilleries and things todo in Speyside. Enjoy your trip! Rene over 10 years ago

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    Where are the best places to eat in Inverness Scotland ?

    Can recommend Rocpool, Rocpool reserve, Cafe 1, Little Sicily, Mustard Seed and the Kitchen. Also Culloden House do great dinners and afternoon teas. Have a great time in Inverness! over 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to travel from London to Inverness ? Train, plane, bus... And what company do you suggest ? Thanks !

    I usually travel by train and use the sleeper, brilliant way of travelling and see some of the scenery at the same time (only in summer though, winter it's dark) Train leaves Euston station several times a day, see http://www.scotrail.co.uk/caledoniansleeper/index.html for more info. Flybe flies from Gatwick to Inverness, Easyjet from London to Inverness. Hope this helps, enjoy your stay in Inverness! almost 7 years ago

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    My wife and I are planning to spend 6 days in Scotland from Jan 3-8. We've no idea of where to go other than Edinbourgh. Can anyone help us?

    Agree with Sam, you can easily spend a few days in Edinburgh. Weather permitting (last year we indeed had a lot of snow) going up the A9 to Inverness, see Loch Ness ;) see Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor and Brodie Castle which is close to Speyide where there see many distilleries and weather is usually milder in Speyside/Moray Have a great time in Scotland, you'll love it! about 8 years ago

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    How many days to visit Edinburgh?

    Agree with the above. 2 full days should be good. I love Edinburgh and visit it regularly. I'm going again next week! :) Royal Mile a must. Based on the Royal Mile: Camera Obscura (really good!) Scottish Malt Whisky society (opposite Camera Obscura and Mary King. Great restaurants, bars and entertainment. If you need more info let me know. Happy to help. Rene over 10 years ago