Woodside Of Glasslaw Guest House
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- Train to Edinburgh, must leave the night before, sleep over in a hotel to catch 8am flight out. Cost = £120
- Bus to Edinburgh airport, must leave the night ...
... made of granite which has stood the test of time very well. We stood around talking for a while when I happened to notice the name on the headstone of the gravestone right next to my great grandparents. The name was so unusual 'Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes', I knew I had seen her name when researching my family tree. Uncle Innes said he did not know who she was & did not recognise the name. I was convinced that I had seen the name & that ...
We leave Aberdeen at 8.00am to drive to Edinburgh airport for our Qatar Airways flight via Doha to Melbourne. We booked it months ago and got a great buy one get one free offer for business class tickets. We arrive nice and early and try not to pig out too much in the business lounge or get too drunk. Basic beers, wines and spirits are free but some premium drinks like champagne have a charge. Naturally we go for the free stuff. I am ...
... 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.
... 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 ...