Maryculter House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was time to start the journey home so we headed across to the airport and checked in before heading to the virgin lounge. We grabbed some dinner and drinks, wrote up the blog and soon enough it was time to board. With the mixture of eating, film watching and sleeping, the 13 hours passed quick enough and we were soon landing in LHR.
After arrival we made our way ...
... entertained The lying and cheating Were in no way refrained We dropped by the Cairngorms Where Santa does graze His magical reindeer When its not Christmas days And to finish our venture An old steam train trip Through snow dusted Scotland With mulled wine to sip A time like none other Our Christmas was great But we all missed our families On that 25th date *Most Photo credit to the lovely ...
... the plane out. Of course by now the tractor has gone off to deal with other flights so we sit there stuck in a rut for about half an hour before we finally get off.
Kathleen as always seems to happen draws the short straw and has a Spanish woman behind her who is constantly banging against the back of Kathleen's seat. Eventually Kathleen asks the stewardess to ask the woman to stop which stops it go some extent at ...
I had a hard time sleeping last night and this morning, because I had to finish packing. I was mostly packed, but had to rearrange my items so that they could all fit into my suitcases. So I got up at 6:15, compared to my usual mornings of 10am-1pm, was very early . I did some shifting and then showed, hoping to catch the train a little before 8am. I thought I was making good time, but traffic is what it is. and time for me always fies by.
I missed the ...
... was not in residence. Perhaps she was in London disposing of the portrait made by Rolf Harris. It was cool and windy so we took a few pics of the woods and river and gate house and left. From Balleter we took the A939 all the way to Nairn on Moray Firth. The scenery in the Cairngorms was spectacular with stone bridges, heather ferns, pine trees, small settlements, ...