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A1 #ScotlandHour There are plenty of great ways to stay fit while vacationing - here's our tips to staying fit when visiting #Edinburgh, but the tips are transferable: https://t.co/KamaLT3sHC #ScotlandHour
A1 We are centrally located in St Andrews, meaning the car isn’t needed for short trips during your stay! This allows you to get about on foot and enjoy some Scottish fresh air at the same time. Don’t forget to take a walk along West Sands as well whilst visiting! #scotlandhour
A1: Start with a big healthy breakfast - our menu has lots of locally sourced food, a perfect way to start your day! Served until 0900 & you can stay on board until 0930. Families – up to two kids (under 16) eat breakfast for free with every adult breakfast bought! #ScotlandHour
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replying to @ScotlandHour @ScotlandHour A1. Get up, stretch your legs and take in the Scottish scenery. Eat local and eat fresh. Use resources like the @VisitScotland forums, TripAdvisor, @walkhighlands etc to help you explore, eat and enjoy the treat. #ScotlandHour
A1: Our Hamnavoe B&B offer helps you to get the most from your time in #Orkney – and gives a relaxed but early start for your onward journey https://t.co/Dqbmf6pazL
Nothing quite like a good night’s sleep before travelling 😴 #ScotlandHour
A1 My most loved thing is beach walking. #EastLothian beaches are the best for this and just half an hour from #Edinburgh too #ScotlandHour
#A2: My mum always says "perambulate"!
Where better to do that than a country with such gorgeous scenery to admire! #ScotlandHour #TheFlowCountry
(Photo of the Flows Lookout by Iain Sarjeant)
A1 Plan you walks,runs or cycles. Scotland is wonderful country.Even better when you make the most of it. #Scotlandhour
replying to @ScotlandHour @ScotlandHour A #runningtour of course! Definitely keeps you mentally and physically fit and healthy on holiday 😊#ScotlandHour
A2: The #Orkney Islands are fantastic to explore by bicycle - cycling is a great pace at which to appreciate the beauty of the landscape and enjoy the fresh air. Bicycles can also be taken free of charge on our ferries! 🚴♂️ https://t.co/aOcbBGnfd5 #ScotlandHour
#A2: Find beauty in nature. and this can happen just about anywhere in #Scotland!
A2: #Shetland’s coastline is amazing with wildlife, caves, arches, tunnels and sea stacks and #kayaking is a brilliant way to get into all those nooks and crannies, and to get close to wildlife without disturbing it https://t.co/5TBFOaxxUM #ScotlandHour
A2: The #Orkney & #Shetland Islands are fantastic places to enjoy #walking in wide open spaces whilst you explore the stunning scenery in all weathers – There’s nothing quite like a stroll along the coast when the wind is blowing and the sea is wild! #ScotlandHour
replying to @ScotlandHour @ScotlandHour A2. Great question. Finding new places to visit and explore in Scotland is great for the mind. Research, planning then doing with @CalMacFerries @ScotRail @FlyLoganair. Finding out you then need to climb Goatfell on Arran is the bit that's good for the body. #scotlandhour