Loch Lomond, Scotland
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While guidebook author and travel expert http://www.frommers.com/pauline/"target="_blank">Pauline Frommer doesn't have just one favorite destination, she does recommend Scotland for a memorable vacation. "All in all, Scotland offered charm aplenty," says Frommer. "It was an extraordinarily festive and fun place to be in August. We spent several days at the http://www.eif.co.uk/"target="_blank">Edinburgh Festival which was an absolute hoot, theatrical from morning until night. From there, we hit the highlands, dropping in on rowdy Highland Games and hiking the Loch Lomond area."
Although Scotland is not exactly a bargain destination, Frommer was able to save by staying at inexpensive B&Bs and http://www.travelodge.co.uk/index.php"target="_blank">Travelodge hotels, where her family of four could bunk in a double room. "We also picnicked while hiking, rather than running back for pricey restaurant meals," Frommer says.
To start planning your trip, visit the http://www.visitscotland.com/"target="_blank">Scotland National Tourist Board website.(Photo: iStockphoto.com)