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I used to work in a souvenir shop in Edinburgh. Virtually every day we would have customers asking to receive change in either Scottish (collectibles) or English notes (they continued their travel to England). In both cases we would do our best to help them. I would risk to say that locals are used to such requests so obtaining Scottish notes from retailers ...


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There are three banks in Scotland which issue banknotes - Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, and the Clydesdale Bank. Each has their own designs. They represent the same currency as English notes (pounds sterling), so there's no exchange rate or fluctuation to worry about. In Scotland, there is technically (and strangely) no legal tender. In ...


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Andrew's answer is not completely correct. In England The only currency that is legal tender is that issued by the Bank of England. In practice all UK currencies do need to be accepted in England and Scotland - retailers have no excuse for not accepting them as all banks will... they have an agreement made simpler as these are effectively the same currency. ...


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According to the website Traveline Scotland there are no direct buses between Edinbugh Airport - Dundee and vice-versa. Example: 16/5/2013 Depart Edinburgh Airport approximately 9.00 am gives you three options. if you choose the 9.30am this will be your route, arriving at Dundee Bus Station at 11.32 am If you then depart Dundee on 18/5/2013 at ...


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I live in Edinburgh and in August I'm sweating if I go out wearing jeans in the daytime, especially if it's sunny but often even if not. I'd advise wearing thin/loose trousers and a T-shirt, then take several layers (thin jumper and maybe a waterproof of some kind) so you can layer up if the wind picks up or it begins to rain. A light waterproof jacket is ...



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