Glenmarkie Guest House & Riding Centre
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We drove down the Dee valley, into the mountains and towards the source of the river to Braemar. We went past mum's old high school in Aboyne and Balmoral castle where the Queen stays in Scotland. It was cold and drizzly as we drove into Braemar. I could see Braemar castle across the river. There were lots of people wearing kilts and playing bagpipes. We walked through the village following ...
After breakfast this morning we went for a cycle along the Ness river in Inverness - there was a cycling tour in town and it reminded us of "The Big Rides" back home, seeing all the cyclists meeting up then heading out of town.
After checking out of our hotel we headed for the Malt whisky trail, stopping at the Glenfidditch distillery in Dufftown where we went on a free 1 hr tour of the distillery ending with tasting of 12 yr old, ...
Left London for our 1.5 hour flight to Aberdeen. Didn't get any lunch at the airport as we assumed we would get lunch on the plane. Wrong. All we got was 2 shortbread biscuits. Got to Aberdeen with 2 starving kids only to find that British Airways had lost Fletchers luggage. Bit of a disaster as the kids toiletries were in that bag as well as all their school homework and their travel diaries. Poor Fletch had only ...
... treasures. I picked up the kids and we went to the park (at the resort) and had a play on the equipment and made aeroplanes. We then headed to the games room to play air hockey and pool. Dinner in the pizza restaurant (at the resort) followed by watching the movie 'Up' (in the resort cinema). Andy cries every time we watch this movie. Back to our room to pack our ...
... on up the hill into the furthest distance - something confirmed by the map, which showed the second field to be much larger than the first.
Anyway, not having a lot of options at this point, I battled on (stopping only to harvest - okay, steal - a few green pods at the base of the occasional unfrosted plant) and after a few hundred yards, came to a very welcome gap into the adjacent field, which had only wheat stubble so was very much more ...