Loch Kinord Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t so nice No people around, just big ship yards. We eventually found the beach and a burger king! We ended up eating there and the lovely young girl informed us it was the third largest burger king in the UK!!! She called us a cab to get back. So what we saw of Aberdeen wasn't great, am sure there are some nicer parts to it but wouldn't be in a hurry to return, The people were really nice though, had a great chat to the cab ...
... Off again, this time to walk the Royal Mile. Lots of touristy shops on the way. This leads into the Scottish Parliament Buildings and the Palace of Holyroodhouse , had a look around, heaps of people as there was a demonstration against the parliament for something to do with push bikes..... We didn't pay too much attention. Few buskers on the Royal Mile so we had our fill of bagpipes and men in skirts which was another thing we wanted to see. That pretty much wraps up our time ...
... came from there. It just down the road another 5 or so meters. I saw the room numbers and then entered the courtyard in search on my flat and went back to the street to follow the numbers only to find that the numbers jumped from 9 to 28 between the courtyard entrance. I returned again to the Courtyard to search for my flat. A guy just inside asked if I would like help with my luggage and I said yes. By this time my palms were showing great progress toward ...
... and didn't let the GPS guide us to the best route. Our dinner stop was along the road in the Cairngorm National Park at Cock Bridge. Corgarff castle was visible and it has a very distinctive look. We had to drive past the Leich ski resort to get to the other side of the Grampian mountains back to Granton-on-Spey and the nice bed at Gordon hall. Another 300+ miles of Scotland under our travel ...
... sure they were OK and then put them back until the Restoration in 1660 when they gave them back to Charles II.
Kinneff Church is still there though there's not much of the 17th century building left. From what I could work out the pulpit is in pretty much the same place on the south wall and this is where the Reverend Grainger 'digged under it a hole’ into which he deposited the crown and sceptre.
What a pair of complete ...