Aberdeen Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the TV. The boys arrived back after an hour and we decided to have an early tea due to a VERY early start tomorrow. We went to Bella Italia and enjoyed some pasta. The restaurant was very busy and turned away a lot of people. Due to the bank holiday on the Monday they didn't have the wine that we wanted as well as any rice for Lorne's risotto. Hmmm but the food that we had was lovely. A quick look at 2 tourist shops then back to the hotel for an early ...
... on and then we were off! We went to an Indian Restaurant in Kinmuck called the Boar's Head. I had a butter chicken and it was delicious. It was very funny watching the poor Indian lady try to understand our accents! We went back to Wilma and Ian's for a night cap and then Ian dropped us off at Auntie Bab's and Bob's. Auntie Babsand Bob were waiting for us and we had a scone and another night cap before we headed to bed about ...
... into the mountains to the Cairn O' Mount. The scenery was breathtaking, with the tapestry of colours all around us, the different shades of greens, purples and browns everywhere we looked. Lots of photo opportunities today and so we headed back to Kincorth to pack to go and visit the relatives in Inverurie. Once again with Gerard driving and Lorne navigating we found Wilma's house "Nae bother at ...
... the River Dee. We had a lovely afternoon listening to lots of interesting stories about their childhood. Lorraine is a very accomplished pianist and she has recently started composing her own music. We were very lucky to be entertained with 3 of her compositions, "Joe", "Evie" and their 40th Wedding Anniversary. We were suitably impressed and applauded as though we ...
... from Edinburgh. Honestly it was slightly frusterating, but I have learned to let things go, so i sat another hour after finding out that I had to wait another hour for the East Coast only train. My biggest concern and stress was getting my luggage in place. I hate the bulkiness of luggage. Sometimes I wish I could travel light, but those that know me know better.
While waiting the second time I met a retired American couple from Arizona. They told me ...