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The Scotch Whisky Experience
"Going to Edinburgh? Learn about scotch whisky!"
Reviewed by knotheadusc on Dec 10, 2012
I would recommend visiting distilleries over The Scotch Whisky Experience, but this is a fun diversion if you're just in Edinburgh and short on time.
The Real Mary King's Close
"Exploring Edinburgh Underground... The Real Mary King's Close"
Reviewed by knotheadusc on Dec 14, 2012
The Real Mary's Close is the real deal, even if it is a bit campy!
Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland
"Marvelous Mount Stuart... Isle of Bute, Scotland"
Reviewed by knotheadusc on Dec 20, 2012
Mount Stuart is a most impressive home. If you like to tour estates, it shouldn't be missed on a trip to Scotland.
Snowdonia National Park
Reviewed by tarnesen on Nov 27, 2000
I went to Snowdonia during summer, and found it a very beautiful area. The mountains are very quiet and unspoilt, perfect . . .
Brecon Beacons National Park
"Relaxing National Park in Wales"
Reviewed by SimonCook on Aug 1, 2000
The Brecon Beacons is a national park in Wales that comprises of four mountain ranges. The Beacons possess some of the most . . .
"Stonehenge – More Than Just A Pile Of Rocks"
Reviewed by coldsteel7 on Jun 11, 2013
Stonehenge is a man-made wonder that is a not-to-be-missed attraction. Admission is affordable, the audio tour is informative and the scenery breath-taking. Easy to get to.
"It depends on what you're looking for"
Reviewed by Zski on Apr 25, 2000
Most of the time, the Houses of Parliament are impressive as just that - houses (well, big ones, but houses still). The . . .
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"Woods in Central London"
Reviewed by juliapar on Oct 4, 1999
Holland Park itself is small but charming, more intimate and wooded than the large royal parks (Hyde Park and Kensington . . .
"The most expensive road in the United Kingdom"
Reviewed by gideon7 on Nov 23, 2000
Well I live next door to Hampstead, which is split up into two sections. Hampstead Garden Suburb which is very residential . . .
Isle of Arran
"Sweating it in Arran!"
Reviewed by cr01 on Sep 16, 2003
One of the easiest islands to visit from England - well worth the treck!
"Living in LIVINGSTON - my Hometown W/O"
Reviewed by proxam on Oct 20, 2003
There's no town like home town.
"The London Eye – A Bird’s Eye View Of London"
Reviewed by coldsteel7 on Jun 7, 2013
My family and I enjoyed the London Eye. Although expensive, this attraction offers breath-taking views of London. Combination tickets purchased in advance will save you money.
"Guzzling the last of the summer wine in Holmfirth (Proxam's Hometown Write Off)"
Reviewed by cr01 on Oct 26, 2003
If you're passing then its worth dropping by. Excellent hiking possibilities.
Lochs of Scotland
"Immerse Yourself in Scotland's Lochs"
Reviewed by sherrieh on Dec 4, 2007
There are many fun ways to enjoy the banks of Scotland's Lochs - hiking, castle hopping, simply enjoying the scenery. It was a pleasure I hope to repeat soon!
Royal Museum of Scotland
"So much to see so little time"
Reviewed by rickdowd on Oct 3, 2002
If in Edinburgh a must to visit as it truly gives you an idea of the rich history of Scotland.
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