Banff Springs Hotel
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... SK. Craighellachie B.C. is the site of the last spike.
Dufftown is the single malt capital of Speyside. More distilleries... The Glenlivet, Strathilsa, Belvenie, Glenfiddich, Mortlach and a hundred more. Every town on the Spey River has a distillery. The local pubs all display hundreds of scotches. Everyone has a favorite and they put it on porridge, ...
... luggage and plenty of tissues.
We've dyed Jessie's hair pink and made sure we've got loads to do on the 11 hour flight in case we don't have seat back entertainment!
We've planned and we've planned - we're staying in Japanese ryokans and western style hotels, we're renting a traditional house in Kyoto and a modern flat in a skyscraper ...
... grand. A tour and a walk through their simple history brightens the
spirit. There again my spirit soars whenever I enter the hallowed grounds of a
football stadium. Save for one or two of course but I won't belabour that.
Suitably adorned with our City scarfs we are ready for Saturday's meeting with
Arbroath FC and to cheer on our lovely lads. My day was complete. Heading home a stop was required at another
Elgin commercial icon; Johnstons of Elgin. ...
Day 4 started as normal, altho there were a few late risers. Set off at 8 for the journey and went the cost road through Banff, Portsoy, Buckie and Cullen ( home of the Skink!!)
By the time we got to the club, it was sun shining and the course looked in great nick.
Out with NS and AF. Good company and playing with 2 single handicappers. I suspect they picked up some of my golf as they had fairly ...
... to perfection and Ramo reported that Paul’s shed was amazing … organized and clean! We shared dinner at a fine restaurant …. black pudding, haggis and salmon followed by Knickerbocker desserts. Jim drove us up every country lane in Nor-east Scotland and we met Isobel and Maitland, Mary, Tommy and lots of Marg’s cousins. Brugh Sweeties, a fantastic pie with a cup of tea and lunch at the Fishermen’s ...