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Scotland E-Brochures that actually get printed
The E-brochures on this site are really nice but......was wondering if any of them actually get printed up? I would really love to have a few of them I can hold in my hand and look at. Especially the fishing guide on this site. Are there any visitor centers when we arrive at EDI, to possibly pick up any of these? I find it really hard to look at many of these online guides, especially on a phone screen. It's a lot easier to turn a page. Real maps and specific area guides that you can hold are really nice when you sometimes need to see the big picture.
We will definitely be using a paper map and Google maps on our trip around the North of Scotland. "Old school" when it comes to navigation. Besides how often "GPS only" can sometimes lead you astray on a route that is not for the normal passenger car. We've had some real horror shows with people getting real deep into a bad situation (in Colorado, Utah Arizona Wyoming) because they fully trusted the GPS and did not look at a map.
Anyway..... getting off the subject. Any visitor centers with lots of hand brochures in or near EDI? Thanks