Aberdeen Marriott Hotel
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... parted ways. Let me just say, I have had so much luck with guys in this country and ever since I have been seeing my Scottish boy. I am living it up. :)
I went into the Trinity Shopping Centre to try and find the male tweed bracelet to give to my Scottish friend. I wasn't having a ton of luck at first, but then I got distracted by the Claire's outlet. In Claire's I got a couple of earring and an earring organiser for half off. I also ran into a couple of German girls ...
... that the groupies behind me got on about how they were going to spend there weekend and how the guest lecturer was a bother. Opps, did it again. Guess school and student dynamics are universal. The struggle is real. And yes, inconsiderate students annoy me even in Scottish. The female Scottish is less forgivable than the male accent. I still was interested in the class and wanted to see if I could learn something new about CV's from across the pond.
... town of Banchory, which is about 15 miles away from Aberdeen. It’s a cute little town and you feel like you are in the Scottish country side. It has a little main street and everyone is out and about greeting you as you walk by. We found a nice little café to stop for sandwich and some soup before heading to the hotel to see David’s family who just arrived into town.
Once we arrived to the hotel it was so great to see more of our family! It’s hard being ...
... the nearby whisky region of Speyside is home to a hotel bar stocked with over 1,000 whiskies (overnight stay recommended!).
Also in the town of Oldmeldrum is the stunning Meldrum House, where we stopped for lunch. The friendly team were clearly elated after just winning AA Hotel of the Year in Scotland and it’s very well deserved. The manor was built in 1236 and is furnished in a warm country house style – complete with a Whisky Cave. ...
... clan. The motto for the clan is "Je suis prest", meaning, "I am ready". Darren was stoked that it was in (old) French - what are the odds?!
We walked around Aberdeen and went to bed early.
We went to Fyvie castle and looked around the grounds. We also went to old Aberdeen, saw the granite houses and the old fishing town of Fittie. The houses in Fittie are really small because it is really cold on the shore and big homes would have ...