Aberdeen Larches Hotel
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... a break for a fish and chips lunch and returned to see the rest. Not exactly transport related, but worth seeing in its own right, is the huge Dance Organ. It's an entire orchestra housed in a wide, tall case. It uses punched cards to play a selection of dance music with a great beat. It sets your toes tapping and raises your spirits at the same time. Our video of it playing is too large to upload via our ...
... around the appeal of a monarchy and its trappings, but it was easy to see the fondness that people have for the royal family. On through twisty, winding narrow roads. In the late afternoon we arrived in Alford, a small town in the middle of an agricultural area of Aberdeenshire. We had only the sketchiest idea of where our AirBnB was and found we had no signal on our phones, despite having two different local cell services. A quick stop in the post ...
... job as Ice Cream Production manager in California. I have already made plans to visit Alex and his Wife Emily in San Francisco during labor day. I made an incredible friend in Ashley, she is a very genuine, thoughtful, honest and fun girl. She was my rock through this project; times were hard in the beginning and she was often the one bearing the brunt of my tears “I can’t do this anymore” and “I am so homesick” as well as tears of laughter and the ...
So, you know how I have done a couple of the ‘Moments of
Magic &Sparkle’ to sum up the smalls things that happen at work? Oh good,
you remember them.
Well I have come to realise I have a lot of small
miscellaneous things in usual life that don’t fit anywhere,so I am making
another ‘Moments’ blog.
... granite, the sky is grey and the people appear grey - stoic, unsmiling with an air of resilience about them. We wander up the delightful cobbled streets to Union Street to find young men drunk in the square. The shops are dowdy and old fashioned in presentation and product - and "No" we are not being harsh!
We find Blackfriars Pub and enjoy (warm) dark ale and haggis!
A highlight ...