ANSWERS: 50
  • I haven't been there, but I'm sure I would like it.
  • It is beautiful, I have a small cottage in Maryport about 18miles from the border, it is actually in the Lake District.
  • Oh, it's not bad :)
  • I have never been there but, for the landscapes I have seen, the history of the country and the way Its people is described... I can say yes, I do like it.
  • ive never been but everyone says it beautiful
  • I have been there and it is a beautiful place with a lot of friendly people.
  • I've never been but it sounds cool. I'd like to visit one of these days.
  • First you have to go there, the land is wonderful and the people are friendly, I have good memories from Scotland
  • Of course, a beautiful country and (mostly) lovely people. Just avoid the midges lol
  • Yes, but I love it not just like it! My lovely friend MentalMum is there and I see Firebrand has a cottage there. I have been trying to get reservations for New Year's (Hogmanay) at Kilconquhar Castle for two years now. This is the ancestral home of William Wallace and it looks just beautiful. http://www.kilconquharcastle.co.uk/specials/lastminuteoffers/ <edit>It is not the ancestral home of William Wallace, it is the home of Robert the Bruce. Don't know why I always get that confused.
  • Aye ofcourse since I come from Scotland but its always fine to have a break somewhere else to catch some sun instead of rain :)
  • I think it's nice. *laughs*
  • Yes it is beautiful :)
  • YES! I come from Scotland and its the best country in the world! WAAAYYY better than England! SCOTLAND THE BRAVE AND MIGHTY ENGLAND THE CRAP AND S H I _ _ Y LOL jkn DONT DARE CALL ME JOCK!!
  • Hootmon! Mah people are from there. Och, who does nah like it? We have a saying in America.... "If it's not Scottish, it's crap!"
  • LOVE IT
  • I have known a lot of Scottish people and they are more animated and have more character than any other people I have seen. They are all about merriment. They are wonderful!
  • I love Scotland .I am a proud Scot. From my house i walk 50 yard and I have open fields to walk my 2 labradors,3 mile to the south of me I have THE HIllS and 2 miles to the North I have the BEACH on the River Forth.I stay in EAST LOTHIAN ,where the Scottish Saltire was born ,where Battle of Prestonpans (sent Johnnie Cope home) William Wallace cave ,Golf,the oldest playing golf course in the world is here,fishing and lots lots more ,10 miles from Edinburgh ...Festival ,Auld years Night...Tattoo ,what else do you need ????
  • Alba Go Bragh!!!
  • Meh... its fine i guess, LOL when you live in a country you dont always appreciate it like a visitor would, but yeah i do LOVE it, the scenery, the beaches, everything except the weather!
  • Never been to any of the cities but the highlands are terrific (apart from the W. Highland MIDGE!!!). The local brew's quite nice too!
  • It`s a lovely country, especially the East end of Glasgow, the nicest part.
  • Scotland is the best country in the world! They have the people with the most Pride of their country in the world:D
  • OBV PEOPLE LIKE SCOTLAND YOU IGNORANT TOERAG!!!!!!!
  • Scotland is amazing and beautiful place to see! My parents live there and they love it and i love taking my boyfriend up theer to see it all! best place!
  • I'm here, what's not to like?
  • I certainly do. I have been to Edinburgh, Inverness, Kyle of Lochalsh,Ullapool,-- Kinlochbervie and Clashnessie(where my grandparents are from)..but not yet from Glasgow (where my father was born)....It is a beautiful country, The highlands are austere(It's no wonder they invented scotch!)--but still beautiful.
  • It must be a great country, because Sean Connery is from there and if the people are anything like him it has to be great! They also invented Golf and Scotch so they obviously have great class and taste!
  • och aye, if ye bide here fae lang, ye'll ken its a braw place to be. Mebbe ye'll be chavin awa gaein muckle clarty, an mebbe needin a sark, but nae matter ye'll ken far ye are. Tak a wee lookie aboot yersel and say, dinna fasch its nae as sair a fecht as mebbe i kent at first. aye, guid ol Scotland cannae wack it!!
  • I think its lovely, im from england, but lived on the moray coast for 3 years. not the best experiance of my life. But oh well ~ to be possitive lets call it a learning curve ! Think its hard for some one who has come from a big busy city to tiny little villages. Its a whole Different way of life there, time, the people,the village gossips! but now im back in england, its lovely to go back on a hoilday with just the twice yearly visits to family there.thats enough for me !
  • I love Scotland and get there whenever I can. It is a beautiful country and the people are wonderful.
  • I do, I love the country and found the people friendly and good fun!
  • ofcourse people like scotland we ve got the friendlist junkies in the world
  • It's nothing special
  • I think the question shouldn't be 'does anyone like scotland?' but 'Does anyone not like Scotland?' I have lived around scotland all my life and don't think very much of it at all. Everyone is the same and all the places are the same. The weather is rubbish! lucky if you get two months of sunshine each year.
  • I love Scotland and I have been going on holiday there for the past two years.Last year it was Loch Lomond and the year before Loch Tummel.Its a lovely place to visit and the scenery's wonderful and there's always plenty to do.The foods very good especially the full Scottish breakfast.I am going again this year to Loch Awe in May.
  • they have the best shortbread cookies!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • LOVE it! And I like the bagpipes too! : D
  • There's no place like home =)
  • nopeol
  • As long as it is still inhabited, then someone must like it, so YES ... as for me, I have never been there, but the photos in my friend's albums are very nice looking, and he claims it was a great place to visit ...
  • What's not to love? My ancestors were Scots, as far back as it's possible to know.I've always thought of Scotland as THE ONE LAND on this planet where everything would come right. My visits to Scotland did nothing to change that view. I'm still totally enchanted by Caledonia. But when the Scots Parliament instituted a nationwide smoking ban, I lost interest. My faith is still in the Scots people, though. And the whisky, Nancy Whisky, Nancy-O.
  • I would love to go there for a visit.
  • born in fife grew up helensburgh moved to dumfries and galloway now in england I hate th ewind the cold and the rain But i miss the stillness the beauty it is stunning
  • I love it.... born and raised there, dear green place, the west, beautiful scenery , green, green all around.... but of course you know why it's green there.... 'cause it rarely stops raining! That's why I live now live in the sun, but lovely to go home for a visit!
  • I am far across the sea But ma hairt will alwa' be At hame in dear auld Scotland Wi' ma ain folk
  • Aye Lassie, I do. I’ve been there twice. A beautiful place with wonderful people. I think that Edinburgh is one of the finest cities in all of Europe. The Scottish Highlands are gorgeous with their many lochs, and I can hear them calling me back!
  • I wouldn't know. I've never left America. =( I'd like to though...some day.
  • Aberdeen would have to be the best place to go in Scotland. the rest of it ain't that good.

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