Travelodge Aberdeen Bucksburn
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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 ...
... powered through to Rattray head, so I could find it before sunset and we knew where we staying. The Garmin GPS organiser ain't the best, or at least Scotland ain't the best for naming roads, so I had a rough idea where I was going. We ended up finding a random sign directing us to a 4x4 like road, which the camper van handled like a champion. I found out at the end of the trip it actually is a ...
... or future husband). Another cool thing they do at the distillery is let you fill your own bottle of whisky from one of their special casks. David did this in July and was so excited about it, until we found out we couldn't ship it home and therefore he had been carrying it in his bag for the past 3 months waiting for this weekend so someone could bring it home! Phillip and Sean decided to fill their own special bottles of whisky to take home and drink on a special occasion! Sean ...
... two I spent the rest of my afternoon. We
walked about travel, photography, Australia, England, where we were…the seal in
the sea. And how much I was tempted to give cliff diving a go right then, as I want
to go in the ocean.
Then we made our way to the inside of the castle, which was
beautiful! (And I got told I was the best customer as I had the right change to
We walked around talking, and then we walked on ...
... jumping on a tram to the olympic tower. It was 5 euros to go up in the lift to the 11th floor for some really good views over the city although it was quite open. Took a tram back into the centre & went to the Hard Rock Cafe for our tea. Took the tram back to our hotel & went to a shop for water turned out it was an outlet shop so I bought a scarf & a couple of little figurines, into the supermarket for more salted sweets & chocolate & then back to our ...