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Lonely Planet Publications, 1999 - Scotland - 488 pages
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This first edition of Scotland reveals a country on the threshold of recovering its nationhood, a haven for a host of activities, a breathtakingly varied landscape and a historical treasure-trove. Discover one of Europe's prized destinations with this comprehensive guide as your passport.
-- 55 maps, including full-colour country and Edinburgh city maps
-- extensive pub listings and recommendations
-- separate chapters on the historic and rugged Highlands and Islands
-- details on climbing, fishing, golf, skiing and walking
-- extensive accommodation and places to eat listings
-- concise and practical Scottish Gaelic language guide

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User Review  - trile1000 - LibraryThing

Great reference and very useful for the Scotland portion of our Great Britain trip. Love the colors and pull-out map of Edinburgh. Very detailed and quite comprehensive. Read full review


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Smallman was born and raised in the UK. He is an editor for Lonely Planet and works full time researching guidebooks.

Cornwallis was born and raised in Edinburgh and settled in Glasgow. He studied astronomy at Glasgow University. He enjoys hiking, climbing and travelling.

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