My wife and I are going on the best of Scotland in 10 days tour at the end of June/beginning of July. For those of you who have done this tour in the past, I was wondering how worthwhile it is for us to try and plan a lot of extra things to do in advance on this tour? We went on the best of Venice, Florence, and Rome tour last year, and on nights that we had to ourselves we enjoyed going to a really special restaurant in Venice and doing a food tour in Rome, which both required reservations well in advance. As far as seeing sights that were not covered in our tour, we found that just reading the guidebook ahead of time and knowing what our options were was adequate enough in seeing them without advance planning necessarily. With this tour, I know we will be staying in many more places than we did in Italy, and all will be MUCH smaller than the cities in Italy. So for those of you who’ve done this tour, do you think it’s worth trying to maybe reserve some things, particularly restaurants, ahead of time? Or did you feel like it wasn’t an issue most places and you could just walk in to a quality, authentic place easily? Thanks!