Banff Springs Hotel
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... mustard, pate and everything else. The morning the oatmeal porridge is served with nuts, honey and a dram of Monkey Shoulder Scotch Whisky!
The trees in the Highlands are just turning, making it a spectacular display of fall colours. With the background of old stone houses this is a very pretty time to be here.
Elgin is near the coast of the ...
... we know which trains we're getting where, which rollercoasters we need to do and we've asked loads of questions on forums. We've tried as many Japanese foods as we can convince Dan to try and learned as many simple words and phrases as Duncan can remember (his strong point not mine).
We've downloaded so many helpful apps we'll have to ...
... but thankfully restoration work is now ongoing.
Given that this started over 100 years back, it is moving at a somewhat
pedestrian pace. Master of understatement am I.
Despite all of this history in Elgin the
piece of Elgin fabric I am seeking has a more current feel to it. In the whole
scheme of things, 111 years is beyond living memory status but still fairly
recent. That is how long the noble Elgin City FC has been chasing the ball in
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 ...
... tatties and Skirlie) keep us going! We understood why they had returned. The area is so picturesque … wheat field right down to the North Sea, belted Gallaway cattle, black faced sheep, quaint stone cottages and an amazing sense that there is much wealth in the area …. North Sea oil ensures this sense of well being!
We didn’t feel too sad saying goodbye as we know we will see them again upon their return to ...