Loch Kinord Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a break for a fish and chips lunch and returned to see the rest. Not exactly transport related, but worth seeing in its own right, is the huge Dance Organ. It's an entire orchestra housed in a wide, tall case. It uses punched cards to play a selection of dance music with a great beat. It sets your toes tapping and raises your spirits at the same time. Our video of it playing is too large to upload via our ...
Court takes up the story: Nice day today, We drove through Cairngorms National Park. Beautiful old mountains, hillsides dotted with sheep--some on the road or as near as. The roads are narrow and winding but driving is seeming more natural. We're taking it slow, pulling over for other drivers to pass and generally enjoying ourselves as we relax into it. There was less traffic today, but some large trucks pushed us far over to the left onto the verge. Did ...
... a couple of shells! We head up to the rooftop terrace and get a pretty good view all around,.Not being a golf fan I was still pretty impressed. From there we make our way to Aberdeen......cant say that was our favourite town. We stayed right in the centre of town and headed to the wharf/beach for some dinner, We were on foot and following directions given by the girl at the front desk. We walked for miles in back streets ...
... and then built the new city on top of it. Absolutely fascinating.
F*%#ing washing machine, this is the weirdest machine I have ever used! Put it on a cold cycle and the water is so hot we can't touch the clothes and it doesn't spin, oh no, that's another cycle that you have to choose and I only I know that because I googled the instruction manual because it wouldn't spin and the clothes were scorching hot and dripping! At this point, I may be sitting in the ...
... Scotland, and Arizona particularly thunderstorms. I also asked them about the different places that they visited and what they would recommend. They told me about Adrian's wall, which is a wall that divided England from Scotland built during the Roman Empire. Not much of the wall remains since locals took the stones from the wall to later build homes.
Later on, on the train I overheard another couple speaking and asked them where they were from since ...