Marykirk Hotel

Main Street, Marykirk, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB30 1UT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Marykirk, is near Johnstone Gardens, Montrose Basin Wildlife Centre, Fasque House, and William Lamb Memorial Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Marykirk

    Jamming with Gramps

    A travel blog entry by oliver2004 on Sep 08, 2014

    ... playing at the University to try and get some new students in his music lessons. Gramps can play the flute and whistle. he is really good. His friend, Finn, let me borrow his drum and I joined in. The drum is called a Bodhran. the Old Town is really pretty with lot's of little streets and old buildings.
    We spent the afternoon at Grandma's. Gramps showed me some new card ...

    Seaside

    A travel blog entry by oliver2004 on Sep 07, 2014

    We took Sarah and Alice to the airport in the morning. I felt a bit homesick when I posted Dad his card. I miss him. We had a drink and then headed to the seaside. We went to the amusement park with Debbie, a friend of mum's from when she was little. We played adventure golf. I lost my ball ....twice, and lost the game.
    Later that day i played football with Stan, grandma's neighbour, and his little dog ...

    Train Journey North

    A travel blog entry by oliver2004 on Sep 05, 2014

    ... br> Grandma and Gramps met us at the station and we went back to their house which is 200 years old. It is right next to the River Dee near Aberdeen in the East coast of Scotland. My aunt and other cousin, Alice arrived in the evening too. they came by plane from Manchester where they live. It was good to meet Alice. We had pizza for ...

    A Month in a Scottish Fishing Village

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... to the sun instead of being completely covered up like a nun in a wimple and habit. We were treated like Lucky Buddha’s.  Everyone in the village we spoke to wanted to rub our bellies and thank us for bringing the good weather with us. Navy Boats The HMS Montrose was in its home port for the first time in nine years. The heavily armed Type 23, Duke Class frigate was open to the public while berthed at the Montrose Docks.  It was built in ...

    Camera obscura

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 10, 2013

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    ... the camera turns through 360 degrees. Our guide points out items of interest as we do so. She also demonstrates a flying carpet trick as she appears to scoop up two people walking across the park outside on to her piece of card. It's a really interesting visit. Back outside we stop to look at the play park with a fabulous children's play area shaped like Captain Hook's pirate ship. Oh if only we were six. We also wander in the adjacent graveyard which houses Barrie's grave and ...