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Q. Why did you build this website?
A. We love Scotland and we want to share it with the rest of the world, share our country, the scenery, traditions and everything else.
Q. Do you take bookings for hotels?
A. No we may advertise hotels and Bed & Breakfasts but its your responsibility to book and pay for any accommodation. We are not responsible for any wording,images or prices.
Q. How do we contact the Emercency Services?
A. All of the emergencies services can be contacted by dialling 999 which is free from all phones- you will be asked which emergency service you require, your name, where you are and what number you are calling from. Stay calm and speak clearly. If you have a mobile (cell ) phone with GPS it will be ideal to take a note of where you are or the incident.
Q. Does Scotland take Euros?
A. No Scotland uses GB Pounds. Currency can be exchanged at many places around the UK including larger Post Offices, Banks & Travel Agencies, the amount you will be charged varies between places.
Q. What about driving in the UK
A. In the whole of the UK drive on the left, there are 3 main road types A roads which are found in and around towns and villages and the maximum speed of 30mph unless other wise stated by traffic signs. Duel carriageways which is two lanes and the maximum speed is 70mph unless other wise stated by traffic signs. Motorways which can have up to four lanes and has the maximum speed of 70mph unless other wise stated. On Motorways you cannot stop except in and emergency, you cannot walk on a motorway or ride bicycles. learner driver are not allowed to drive on a motorway The UK also has 'Roundabouts' which is used to filter traffic different directions and as it says its round and of all sizes. Checking the road signs as you approach will show you the direction you need to travel.Some roundabouts have traffic lights the rules still apply for on the direction of the traffic lights. If you wish to check the rules and regulations before driving in the UK please Google UK Highway Code or you can buy an Highway Code book at most book sellers.
Q. What about food and drink in Scotland?
A. Scotland is so diverse that possible al foods from all nations are found more so in the bigger cities, but foods such as Chinese and Indian
restaurants are found in most towns along with UK national dish of Fish and Chips. But if you wish to try traditional Scottish fare you will find most restaurants will serve you Haggis or Veal, Scotland is also famous for is its High Teas which many hotels that serve food will do High Teas which consist of a main meal, including toast tea or coffee and then a wide range of cakes which many hotels will home bake. If you want a traditional good Scottish meal you must try Haggis, Neeps (turnip) and Tatties (potatoes normally mashed) its superb.
Drinks of course you have Scotland’s national drink, Whisky a wide range of blended and single malts and there are many distilleries which have visitors centres, with a tour around the distillery and tasting, wine is made in Scotland plenty of fruit wines made at the winery in Perthshire which has a visitors centre. Irn Bru which is a soft drink and known as Scotland’s other national drink, a fizzy non alcoholic drink and of course you also get the range of other soft drinks such as Coke and Pepsi.
Scotland is a producer of bottled water from springs all around Scotland, then you have the good ol' ale and bottled beers from around the world, Scotland has a growing industry of micro breweries, small local and producing good Scottish beers and ales. So you will never go hungry or thirsty in Scotland.
Also remember Scotland has a very low limit if you are driving so advice is, if you are drinking them don't drive.
Micrograms per 100 millilitres of breath must be under 22 in Scotland but in England, Wales & Northern Ireland is 35.
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