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Old 06-20-2012, 09:40 AM
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Default ?Brave? Brings Kids to Scotland

With the release of Disney-Pixar’s newest – and quite fun – cartoon, “Brave” opening this week, there will be plenty of kids wanting to learn more about Scotland. VisitScotland is offering special Brave-inspired travel experiences, from Ancient Scotland to Scottish Castles and Myths and Legends to Clans and Scottish Culture. Myths and Legends, for example, [...]

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We are so excited about this movie and I expect that as soon as we see it that my 8 year old, Emma, will be adding Scotland to her list of countries that she wants to visit!
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