Woodside Of Glasslaw Guest House
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Although my body clock has not adjusted despite a week off, I did manage to have a bit of a lie in. When I woke up this morning, the adventure was still not quite real. I spent a couple of hours getting things packed, cooked and ready for this trip.
I firstly want to explain the reasons or undertaking this particular trip. I have had several experiences in Scotland over the years. On one occasion, we went camping all the way up ...
... Fyvie is one of the largest of the baronial castles in Scotland and on my list of Top 10 Scottish Castles to see, but it has a pricey admission for a tour so we just took a few outdoor pics in the drizzle. Our primary destination for the day was Duff House, a great house in Banff dating from the late 1700s designed by Scottish architect William Adam that fell on hard times in the early 20th century and was used as a hotel and military facility during WWII. Duff ...
... we had dinner at the historic Tollbooth Restaurant here. By the harbour, it has a mainly seafood menu. I had mussells for an entree and we both had scallops for a main dish. The food was very fresh and tasty. We have found the seafood here very good.
Tomorrow to Inverness.
Found a campsite and the rain held off for the rest of the weekend.
We headed to The Games on the Saturday and met some of the Hay Chiefs
During the Games I couldn't resist the Drum Major so just had to have a photo of him as a reminder. As you know ladies, we LOVE a man in ...
... just fine.
On the upside, the weather today was much better than the cold and rainy welcome I got yesterday in Aberdeen. We walked through Seaton Park again this morning and then took the bus to Stonehaven, a quaint little Scottish town (craig claims it is a town rather than a village) with little shops and the classic cobblestone roads. It's right on the sea, and has a nice ...