It’s an obvious question, but how often do you hear people say they “dream” of visiting Scotland?
It’s the answer to a new BBC survey.
The BBC asked people what they thought of the UK, their thoughts on Scotland and the rest of the world.
People from across the UK were asked to rate each of those places on a scale from 1 to 10.
It’s a pretty wide range, and there’s a lot to pick from.
The results reveal that Scotland, which hasn’t been in the news as much in recent years, is probably not on the top of people’s minds.
The UK’s biggest economic region, it has the highest number of residents aged 25 to 64, which has been a problem for many years, especially in rural areas.
There’s also the fact that the UK is an “economic powerhouse” that attracts large numbers of people from other parts of the country.
And there’s the fact the UK has more people aged under 30 than any other country in the world, with almost 3.5 million of them living in England.
And of course, the UK still has a long way to go in terms of being able to attract more people from overseas.
But the UK also has a lot of other countries it likes to visit, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
The UK’s top-rated destination is France, which was ranked at 10.
The US came in second at 6, while Canada and Australia each ranked at 4.
There are some other things that people might be looking at when they think of Scotland.
For example, the number of people aged between 35 and 44 has been falling in the UK over the past few decades.
And a lot more of them are in jobs than in households, which is a big concern.
The number of Britons aged over 60 has also been dropping in recent decades, from 4.6 million in 2000 to 3.6 billion in 2014.
But people in the same age group are still more likely to be working than in the past.
And, as for the UK’s national parks, it’s not a good sign when the national parks department has said that there are more visitors to Scotland from overseas than there are visitors to the UK.
What does all this mean for tourism?
If you’re looking to travel to Scotland in the next few years, then it’s likely that you’ll be interested in seeing what Scotland has to offer.
Scotland is a country that can be a good destination, especially if you’re going for a short stay, because it’s got a great range of attractions, such as hiking and skiing, a wide variety of nature and wildlife, and plenty of great places to eat and drink.
But it also has lots of attractions that could be better suited for a longer stay.
If you want to go for a weekend or a week-long trip, or if you just want to enjoy a few days of Scottish life, then you should definitely go to Scotland.
But if you want something more extended, then a trip to the Highlands could be right for you.
Scotland has a pretty rich history, which you can explore with a bit of a bit-of-a-trip itinerary.
And while there are a lot different types of attractions and activities to choose from, it should be something you’re very likely to enjoy.