- Time to enjoy the Celtic connection. Stanbridge, Jane // Marketing (00253650);10/25/2001, p25
Features Scotland and Ireland. Capability of both states to hold exhibitions and conferences; Historical attractions; Business tourism conditions. INSETS: HOW GLEANAGLES IS INVESTING IN ITS CONFERENCE FACILITIES.;VENUE FACT FILE..
- On the road. Morton, K.S.; Niles, B. // Country Living;Mar1991, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p50
Recounts the authors' visit to Scotland. Architecture; Country inns; Antiques and collectibles; Scenic views; Golf courses. INSET: Finding your roots; There's a deer... (Deer Centre near St....
- Scots' scenic spring. Morton, K.S.; Deboise, D. // Country Living;Mar1991, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p86
Photo essay of diverse springtime sights in Scotland. Flowers; Golf; Kilts; More.
- Scotland. // Premier Hotels & Resorts;Winter/Spring2003, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p187
Presents information on traveling to Scotland. Attractions of the Lowlands, the Highlands and western Scotland; Golf resorts; List of recommended hotels.
- On the whisky trail II. Fergus, Jim // Outdoor Life;Oct95, Vol. 196 Issue 4, p24
Recounts the author's experiences in Scotland's countryside in the course of touring whisky distilleries. Description of the Scottish landscape; Hunting and fishing rights in Scotland; Description of Scottish-style fishing.
- A Scottish Odyssey of Island-Hopping. Smith, David Hugh // Christian Science Monitor;10/20/98, Vol. 90 Issue 228, pB4
Relates the author's experience touring some of the Scottish islands. The Shetland Islands; Hermaness National Nature Reserve on the island of Unst; Muness Castle; The town of Lerwick; Fort Charlotte; Skara Brae on Orkney island; The Cuillin Mountains on the Isle of Skye; The Quiraing. INSET:...
- Cantering tales. Stow, Lee Karen // In Britain;Dec2001-Jan2002, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p40
Features the country of Scotland. Popularity of the country for horse riding; Scenery of the country; History of the Kingdom of Dalriada.
- Summertime blues. Keeling, Simon // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Nov96, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p59
Focuses on the blues of summer of 1996 in Scotland. Temperatures; Water shortages; Summer events.
- Scottish notebook. // Harper's Bazaar;Feb93, Issue 3374, p92
Describes several places to stay in Scotland. Kinnaird in Perthshire, on a hillside overlooking the River Tay; Sunlaws, just outside Kelso in the Scottish borders; Gleneagles, already has two 18-hole golf courses adding a third, Monarch's Course; More.