Holiday Inn Express - Aberdeen Exhibition
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Spent the day in Aberdeen today, a very wet Scottish day but warm, so not much outdoor exploring. Unfortunately Balmoral Castle was closed so could not visit nor play a round of golf at St Andrews!! Aberdeen is a very floral town with baskets of flowers everywhere. The main street has pennants of all countries strung from one side of the road to the other.
Put the rain jackets on and walked along the old railway line from ...
Picked up our Mercedes rental car and off we went. Left Edinburgh heading for Aberdeen with a few detours on the way and a change of plan more than once!!! Think that's all I need to say.
Spent nearly two hours in a cafe with free wifi trying to find somewhere to stay in Aberdeen. Managed to get a room and when we turned up the reservation had not come through ...
... Lossiemouth, the first sandy beach I've seen here I believe. Then our drive continues through whisky-country with a stop at the Glenfiddich Distillery for a coffee -hold it!- and a very tasty whisky cake. An idea to keep in mind for some home cooking. Another 1,5hr drive to reach Aberdeen. One thing that I love seeing during these drives... The purple wild flowers you see everywhere! I can't resist to stop and take a picture of it. And on ...
... lunch. On the way home we stopped in at Andrew (Liz's son) and his partner Niki's apartment in the city. Andrew bought the 3 bedroom apartment a year ago and it seems that he and Niki have spent most of their spare time renovating and redecorating. They have done a great job, it is very stylishly furnished and decorated, with new carpets, kitchen, bathrooms and laundry and a little back garden for Libby their Sprocker (springer/cocker) spaniel. ...
... br> little lookout over the ocean and the rocks near the front of the castle, and I
I know why I feel so at home in Scotland…look at the
pictures and you will see what I mean. It basically looks like a British
version of what I have at home…but more beautiful…sorry Tasmania.
As we were walking out, I got a photo with these two lovely
people. They shared memories with me, and I need something ...