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Adventure Guide: Scotland (Hunter Travel Guides) by Martin Li

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By Martin Li

Finished historical past details - background, tradition, geography and weather - grants an outstanding wisdom of every vacation spot and its humans. neighborhood chapters take you on an introductory travel, with stops at museums, old websites and native sights. locations to stick and consume; transportation to, from and round your vacation spot; functional issues; tourism contacts - it is all right here! unique neighborhood and city maps characteristic jogging and using excursions. Then come the adventures - fishing, canoeing, climbing, rafting and extra experience publications comprise huge lists of advised clothes shops, with all touch info - electronic mail, site, cellphone quantity and placement. The definitive consultant to each element of Scotland - the legends, the clans, the castles and romantic lodges, the Highland video games and, after all, the whisky. This long-time Scotland resident takes us from Edinburgh to Glasgow, Argyll and the Isles, Loch Lomond, the Highlands and to the Outer Isles. attention-grabbing info at the Loch Ness monster, Shakespeare's "Macbeth" fortress, Mary Queen of Scots, the Viking legacy, Burns evening pageant and the royal castles.

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If you buy a bottle of 12-year-old Scotch in 2004, it will not be a 13-year-old spirit in 2005. DID YOU KNOW? A new spirit (it can’t be called Scotch whisky until it is at least three years old) is pumped into oak casks and stored in cool, dark warehouses where it breathes in the characteristics of its environment, eventually maturing and seeing daylight once more as a smooth and mellow malt whisky. What is the best way to drink Scotch whisky? This depends entirely on your personal taste. Most distillers recommend adding a small dash of water to a single malt.

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