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  Transatlantic flights roundtrip flight from Toronto to
                                                                        Tour Highlights
   Scotland (for an airfare quote from your closest gateway                  Tour the world-renowned Burrell Collection
   please contact us)                                                        Visit Robert Burns Cottage
  Private transportation via motor coach throughout                         Visit to the Scottish Wool Centre
  10 nights accommodation                                                   Travel between Fort William to Malaig on the
  2 nights Glasgow                                                           Jacobite Steam train, as seen in “Harry Pot-
  1 night Ballachulish area
  1 night Skye                                                              Ferry crossing on the Mallaig to Armadale and
                                                                              to Skye
  2 nights Inverness
                                                                             Photo stop at Eilean Donan Castle, perhaps
  2 nights Pitlochry                                                         the most photographed of all Scottish Castles.
  2 nights Edinburgh                                                        Tour Historic Broadie Castle
  Breakfast Daily                                                           Speyside Heather Centre
  Nine evening dinners                                                      Cooking demonstration at Kinloch Lodge with
  High Tea on day one                                                        Lady Claire MacDonald
  Cookery Demonstration at Kinloch Lodge (includes cof-                     Visit to Balmoral Castle
   fee and shortbread)                                                       Visit St Andrew’s – perhaps play a round on
  One picnic lunch en route to Skye                                          the Himalayas putting course
  Sightseeing, activities and excursions as per the itinerary               Enjoy a guided walking tour of Edinburgh’s
  Services of experienced Local Tour Guide                                   Royal Mile
  Services of Broad Horizons Tour Leader                                    Fully escorted by Broad Horizons Tour Leader
  Customized memorable DVD keepsake featuring high-                         A host of memorable activities and delicious
   lights of the tour                                                         meals, as per the detailed itinerary
  Gratuities to local guides and drivers                                    Custom made Broad Horizons keepsake DVD
  Baggage handling                                                           featuring all of tour highlights
  Airline taxes                                                             Camaraderie of fellow BH travellers
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     Not Included:                                                       Payment can be made by Visa, Mastercard or American Ex-
     Insurance*                                                         press. Cheques should be made payable to Broad Horizons
     Meals not specified
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     Beverages
     Optional excursions and activities
     Items of personal nature

*Proof of medical insurance is mandatory to participate on this tour.
Broad Horizons sells and highly recommends RBC Travel Insurance.
Please note that an average/moderate level of fitness is re-
quired to enjoy the various activities of this tour. Passengers                   100-235 North Centre Road
must be able to walk without the aid of another person,                              London, On N5X 4E7
climb 3-4 flights of stairs, step on and off a bus to participate                       1-877-844-5444
on this tour. Detailed terms and conditions can be requested                             519-660-6398
at any time and will be included with all deposit payments.
                                                                                       Fax 519-673-3304
Cost per Person:
Twin: $4,750.00 CAD per person includes air from Toronto
Land Only Cost: $3,900.00 CAD per person (airport trans-
fers not included)                                                                         Broad Horizons Network
Single Supplement: $750.00                                                      is a Division of UNIGLOBE Instant Travel Inc.
Deposit: $700.00
Balance: due March 14, 2011
                          Scotland is far more than tartan          enjoy the vast collection to the full. In the afternoon, travel         Day 8, Monday, May 16th - Pitlochry
                          and bagpipes! Discover the true           south of Glasgow to Ayr for a visit to the National Trust for           After breakfast, board the coach for our journey south towards
                          pulse of Scotland that beats              Scotland’s newly refurbished Burns National Heritage, which             picturesque Perthshire. First a stop at Speyside Heather Cen-
                          through the land and its people,          celebrates the life and times of Robert Burns, Scotland’s national      tre near Dulnain Bridge. The Centre has an exhibition, craft
                          deep rooted in history and leg-           bard.        Later, enjoy a welcome cocktail, prior to our group        shop, gallery, boutique, garden centre and show garden, with
                          end all while travelling with a           dinner. After dinner, listen to a local story teller who will give a    heather, as one might expect, as a speciality. Continue south
                          group of like-minded women.               flavour of Scottish culture, history and humour through tales of        to so-called Royal Deeside for a stop at Balmoral Castle. We’ll
                          Your tour starts in the cosmopoli-        his own. (Meals: B, D)                                                  have time to stroll in the wooded grounds and gardens of the
                          tan city of Glasgow, once the             Day 4, Thursday, May 12th – Loch Lomond – Glencoe -                     castle and visiting the exhibitions and paintings inside. From
                          hub of Scotland’s industrial              Ballachulish. After breakfast we say good-bye to Glasgow and            Balmoral we head south towards the bustling Highland resort
                          heartland, with outstanding Vic-          head north towards Loch Lomond for a photo stop at the                  of Pitlochry where we will have a group dinner and overnight.
torian architecture, world famous art collections and               southern end of the loch. Loch Lomond, dotted with a myriad             (Meals: B, D)
truly vibrant nightlife. The majestic mountain scenery of           of tiny islets, is Britain’s largest inland waterway and the ‘bonnie,   Day 9, Tuesday, May 17th – Pitlochry
the Highlands beckons, with a spectacular drive through             bonnie banks’ are a magnet for visitors in the summer months.           Enjoy a leisurely breakfast this morning before heading north to
the Trossachs to haunting Glencoe. Enjoy a taste of                 Then turn east to head into the Trossachs, for a visit to the           visit the spectacular Blair Castle. There is so much to enjoy
yesteryear as you travel by steam train on the scenic               Scottish Wool Centre, located in the middle of Loch Lomond              and do at Blair Castle that many visitors return again and again,
West Highland Line, the pace of life shows as you cross             and Trossachs national park. Later, cross the forlorn Rannoch           always discovering something new. Return to Pitlochry to visit
over the sea to Skye, to enjoy a traditional cookery                Moor, with its many lochans, to travel through the magnificent          Edradour, the smallest distillery in Scotland and virtually un-
demonstration. The highland capital of Inverness is                 Glencoe. The Visitor Centre at the western end of the Glen              changed since Victorian times, to learn about the art of produc-
your home for two nights, visiting atmospheric Culloden             provides the history of the glen in times both past and pre-            ing whisky. An early group dinner is planned this evening to
Moor and historic collections of Brodie Castle. En-route            sent.       Arrive at our hotel in the Ballachulish area for dinner     allow time for those who wish to take an optional excursion to
south through Perthshire you may wish to sample deli-               and overnight. (Meals: B, D)                                            the Repertory Theatre, which enjoys a lovely location on the
cious Clootie Dumpling! The capital city, Edinburgh, is             Day 5, Friday, May 13th – Mallaig - Skye                                banks of the Tay. (Meals: B, D)
your final destination, so much to discover and explore,            Travel along the banks of Loch Linnhe to Fort William to take           Day 10, Wednesday, May 18th – St. Andrews - Edin-
tour the most famous castle in Scotland and perhaps                 the steam train to Mallaig. This journey is considered one of           burgh. Today takes in a visit to the historic town of St An-
visit the fabulous shops of Princess Street.                        the most scenic in Europe, with the most spectacular part               drews. St Andrews is also renowned as the home of golf and a
                                                                    crossing the Glenfinnan viaduct, with its views of the Monument         mecca for golfers from around the world, who come to the
  Don’t delay. Join the BH lassies for the Scotland                 and down Loch Shiel. Cross over the sea to Skye on the Mallaig          town to play the Old Course. Written records on the course
             Spring Fling tour this May!                            to Armadale ferry, before an afternoon visit to Clan Donald             date back to the 15th century. Later, visit the Wemyss Ware
                                                                    Centre at Armadale Castle. Continue to our hotel for dinner             Studio at Ceres, where potter Griselda Hill celebrated her
                                                                    and overnight in Skye. (Meals: B, D)                                    silver anniversary year in 2010. Tonight we’ll enjoy a tradition-
Day 1, Monday, May 9th – Toronto – Glasgow                          Day 6, Saturday, May 14th - Inverness                                   al fish & chip supper en route to Edinburgh. (Meals: B, D)
Depart Canada for overnight flight to Glasgow, Scotland via         After breakfast, travel to Kinloch Lodge on the Sleat Peninsula         Day 11, Thursday, May 19th - Edinburgh
Air Canada.                                                         for a coffee stop and cooking demonstration given by Lady               A final day in Scotland, with a chance to explore the small but
Day 2, Tuesday, May 10th - Glasgow                                  Claire MacDonald, a well-known chef and cookery writer. Re-             beautiful city of Edinburgh, with its medieval Old Town and 18th
Upon arrive in Glasgow be met by our local tour guide for           turn to the mainland via the Skye Bridge, followed by a photo           century New Town, dominated by the Castle atop its ancient
private motor coach transfer to our centrally located Glasgow       stop at Eilean Donan Castle, perhaps most photographed of all           volcanic rock. After breakfast, join our guide for a morning
hotel, our home for the next two nights. In the afternoon, join     Scottish castles. Continue through Glen Shiel to Invergarry to          walking tour of Edinburgh's Royal Mile, which runs through the
our guide for a panoramic tour of this great city, whose indus-     drive through the Great Glen towards Inverness. The Caledo-             heart of the Old Town from the Castle to Holyroodhouse.
trial heritage resulted in its claim to be the ‘second city of      nian Canal, constructed in the early part of the 19th century,          The tour will include a visit to the ancient castle. Enjoy an af-
empire’. Later stop at Glasgow University’s Hunterian Art           remains a wonderful feat of engineering, as well as one of the          ternoon at leisure to explore the city further or spend time
Gallery, a modern building which houses a fabulous art collec-      most scenic waterways in Europe. Group dinner and overnight             shopping on Princes Street or George Street. Tonight we’ll
tion started from a bequest to the university by William            in the Inverness area. (Meals: B, D)                                    reminisce, with our BH travel buddies, about the memories of
Hunter, who studied in Glasgow in the 1730s. End the after-         Day 7, Sunday, May 15th - Inverness                                     Scotland at our Scottish farewell dinner.
noon with high tea, a typically Scottish evening meal, before       After breakfast, set out to tour two sites local to Inver-              (Meals: B, D)
returning to our hotel. The remainder of the evening is at          ness. Whilst Glenfinnan saw the start of Bonnie Prince Char-
leisure, with an early night for those who wish it.                 lie’s ill-fated venture, Culloden near Inverness saw those hopes        Day 12, Friday, May 20th – Edinburgh – Toronto
(Meals: High Tea)                                                   fatally dashed. Here we’ll visit the Visitor Centre and the bat-        After breakfast we’ll transfer to the Edinburgh airport to check
Day 3, Wednesday, May 11th – Glasgow –Ayr - Glas-                   tlefield. Continuing east, tour historic Brodie Castle, a fine 16th     in for our return flight to Toronto.
gow. After breakfast, join your coach and guide for a morn-         century tower house, surrounded by peaceful park-
ing tour of the world-renowned extensive Burrell Collection.        land, carpeted in spring with a unique collection
The gallery, which opened to the public in 1983, is a stunning                                                                              ***Broad Horizons reserves the right to change
                                                                    of daffodils. Return to hotel for an afternoon at leisure in Inver-     the itinerary when deemed necessary. ***
work of simplicity and thoughtful design, allowing the visitor to   ness. Gather in the evening for a group dinner. (Meals: B, D)

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