Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen
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Made it to Aberdeen airport without any drama, kids are still getting along and Dunk and I haven't yet forgotten it's our anniversary today! 16 years ago we were tying the knot in Las Vegas, Nevada! Next stop Frankfurt. ----- At Frankfurt... Yep, it's an airport. Next stop Tokyo. ...
... 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 ...
... granite churches, libraries, town halls, civic buildings and universities make the city a pleasure around which to wander. The shopping is superb and there are a number of attractions in walking distance. We stayed in the perfectly placed Thistle Aberdeen City Centre, also known as The Caledonian and hit the streets.
Old Aberdeen is a particular treat. With its cobbled streets and iconic buildings, it’s home to one of Scotland’s ...
... done the circuit once, the week before, but in the opposite direction, this time when we did the inland walk between Golspie and Brora we saw 3 x very large deer, 2 of them stags with impressive antlers and they were not more than about 10 metres away from us. I was surprised how quiet they were, when they turned and jumped away, not a sound of any cracking or breaking dry branches and twigs in the woods could be heard. When I first ...
... century and it also played an important role in Scotland's history through the 18th century Jacobite risings since it was in a great location and had good defensive strength.
After we spent some time in the castle, we hiked up too the Stonehaven War Memorial that wasn't far from the castle. It's a memorial that commemorates those from Stonehaven that died in the first and second world wars. The hill that it was located on also had an amazing view of the town.