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nbsp;gt;gt;It takes long enough to get from one to another that any product nbsp;gt;gt;consumed is completely metabolized.nbsp;gt;gt;They would like to visit one or two Dan Stephenson wrotenbsp;gt;* Day hiking and walking.PicassoWalk-Photo-Wasdale-Thames- Walk-eat-drink-London localhost/lt;-- you can email us@ this siteEat-walk-Spain localhost/lt;-- dontuse@ all, it's a spamtrapThe Reids wrote:nbsp;Following up to Gene nbsp;gt;gt;* Day hiking and walking. I hate to be on other peoples schedules.rec.nbsp;Hope your parents have a great trip!Is there public transport in the tip area of Skye?It is certainly pretty and shouldn't be missed but I do not remember seeing any busses.nbsp;We always rent a car there. I'msure they exist though- a bit of internet research will probably giveyou some good tips.Correct?Fish won't be a problem.So they will take train as far nbsp;as it can reach.nbsp;nbsp;I am going to Scotland and planned for Lewis, in particular to see thenbsp;standing stones.Their dietnbsp;is basically fish and vegetables. Really beautifulnbsp;gt;gt;* Whiskey distillery.walkingnbsp;gt;* Photographing landscape, castles, and ruins.nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;There is good walking/hiking all over but I think the reallynbsp;spectacular scenery is on the western side near Skye.How frequent are the carnbsp;ferries?And how long is the trip?nbsp;nbsp;Thanks,This should answer your questions;-) localhost/Encrypted e-mail address.I never saw them drinking seriously, but nbsp;gt;they have close friends in winemaking industry, and as such nbsp;gt;are fascinated by the process and history.They are pretty experienced travellers in continental Europe, although they have only beenin UK once many years ago.2 years ago they spent over 2 weeksnbsp;gt;in French/Swiss/Austrian Alps).The visit to the Talisker distillery is much the same as any otherdistillery visit since whisky is rather an industrial productnowadays.Any preferencenbsp;given their interest?North (Oakney), West (Skye, Lewis) ornbsp;Southwest (Mull, Islay)?Without a doubt, I'd recommend the Orkney Islands, but they all have alot to offer, so that's my own taste coming through.I suppose it is not a bignbsp;concern in the coastal area. Harrisnbsp;and Lewis are very far out and very interesting in a stark way but I'dnbsp;not go there unless I had plenty of time.* Failing that, how difficult is it it to rent a car once they reached end of railway line (mallaig, kyle).2 years ago they spent over 2 weeks in French/Swiss/Austrian Alps). Ask inuk.nbsp;My father is a fan of railway. It's more touristy than other islands, butit's still fantastically beautiful, with a rich variety of scenery.comwrote:nbsp;In general, they prefer taking public transportation in Europe.Following up to Frank F.They are interested in:* Day hiking and walking.rec. There are somegood restaurants to be found too.I am planning with my parents, just wishI can go with them.nbspublic transport fine.nbsp;The freedom is worth it.nbsp;My father is a fan of railway.The famous Whisky Trail is in the central highlands but there aredistilleries nearly everywhere and you really don't need to see morethan one, the process is the same.Public transport fine.From the research we have done so far, public nbsp;transportation in Scotland (particularly in the highlands) isnbsp;not that You're right, public transport isn't abundant inthis part of Scotland, but it's not non-existent (David Horne) wrote in message news:lt;1gby941.* Cities, museums, and general tourist interests.In general, they prefer taking public transportation in Europe. Scenery is fantastic, it's easy to get to.They are in their late 60's, but in good physical conditions. If you don't get to drink whisky Inbsp;probably never will !

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