Travel Blogs from Aboyne
26th Sept 6:40am to Heathrow 9:55 to JFK ----- Kitano Hotel 27th Sept 5.30pm Tea 7.30 The Jersey Boys 28th Sept 7.30pm Harry Cipriani - Alan's birthday treat 29th Sept 10am Shopping - bus to Woodbury Common 30th Sept 10am Food walking tour - Chelsea Market & Meatpacking District 30th Sept 8.30pm The Ride 1st Oct 21:55pm Flight home ...
London Heathrow is a disgrace! Chaotic and dysfunctional with far too few personnel in Customs and Security the queues are endless and we just make our connection! Others do not and their distress is visible. What a shame! As we touch down in Scotland the pilot says " Welcome to damp and dreary Aberdeen."and it is! The contrast to Paris is like a physical blow! The buildings are ...
We had a 6 hour slow drive today through Scotlands mountains, ....small towns, rivers and streams, stone houses and some massive Estate Homes....We passed Balmoral Castle,and signs to so many more.....not enough time to do everything, its a familiar story.
We are staying at the Castle Hotel a beautiful old stone building set up as a private hotel
Owned by an ...
... and a glass of vino before heading to the Mulberry shop. Mandy managed not to buy anything, next it was a pit stop in the North lounge for another light lunch and an another glass of vino. The LHR-ABZ flight was standard, and there it was, an end to another holiday. Roll on April when its New York in BA First Class!
We arrived in Scotland mid afternoon, and as we had already spent a few nights in Edinburgh, we decided to get in a car and head straight to Aberdeen.
The drive was exciting, as we were seeing the beautiful green hills and amazing cliffs on the way to Aberdeen and knew we were going to be in for a treat over the next week.
We arrived in Aberdeen, settled in and had a wee nap after our long day. After our wee nap ...
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