Scotland, Scotland, Scotland!
synekdokee said: You’re in Scotland ;A;
Not yet! But I will be in May <3
almostcertainlyaemokid said:Unfortunately, Scotland doesn’t really have that much apart from museums and locks. I’d go to Glasgow but I don’t know if that would be too far for you :)
And Castles? XD
I am actually going to Glasgow too! Our route is Edinburgh -> Glasgow ->Skye ->Loch Ness ->Inverness ->Edinburgh. Glasgow looks like the place for architecture lover like me, so I can’t wait! (And years before I almost apply to Glasgow school of Art, so I am curious about past road untraveled…)
plavapticica said: Stirling was a disappointment IMHO
Aww D: It does take a while to get to from Edinburgh, and might need more time than I have…
Noted! Thank you!
stickmansaga said:Holyroodhouse/ruins and the castle are really neat to see. Inverness was lovely, scenery-wise, but I didn’t stop to see anything specific; I was just passing through.
I am passing through Inverness too, so unfortunately might not have too much time >< I guess I can just walk around the city and just enjoy it :)
crownedinwood said: I don’t know about Inverness, but I would pick Stirling over Holyrood! Holyrood was a bit boring, just a few rooms and the ruined cathedral, but Stirling Castle has amazing views and interiors. Holyrood Park is nice, if you’re up for some hiking, tho
Also noted! My goal is to go to both(?) As I love castles but I am also sort of interested in Holyrood…I want to climb the Arthur’s Seat! *q*
Thanks guys for answering!! BTW, anyone knows how long to climb Carlton Hill? It doesn’t look that hard compared to Arthur’s Seat, but I would like to know how long it will take…
Place worth seeing in Inverness, Scotland?
Anyone has any recommendation? I am deciding if i should leave Inverness for Edinburgh first thing in the morning (for Holyroodhouse or Stirling castle), or if there are places for me to go in Inverness for the morning…
- ctcsherry said: Pretty much all Europe! We might need to learn manual if we were to go to Iceland lol
- walkingpetridish said: Also everyone drives manual over here. I know of one person who doesn’t and its mainly due to them failing the UK Manual test 9 times.
- eleclya said: Have you tried Europcar? They’re a pretty huge company so may have more options. But yeah, the vast majority drive manuals here so you’ll be quite limited
So I manage to find an automatic and it is a lot more expensive than manual, I guess learning manual is on my list now!!
Luckily I know several people who drives manual, so I already have some resources! ;D Not for the Scotland trip though…
freddie-ly0n said: They only make automatic cars for certain models, 95% of the cars here are manual!
Omg too late for me to learn manual DX
They only have manuals too >< We are also dropping off cars at a different locations, so it complicate things…