Premier Inn Aberdeen North Murcar
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24th June 2003
Inverness to Aberdeen
Aberdeen Travel Inn £44.95
Cloudy 19 degrees
Our first stop today was at the coast (beach) at Nairn – no waves but sand mixed with pebbles. Next was a brief stop at Brodie Castle for outside photos. On to Dallas Due Distillery for an audio tour then a video and a "wee dram …
We got up early and where very tired as we had had a big day and night but wanted to finish of checking out things around Edinburgh around lunch time we headed off to Dundee as we wanted to look around Discovery Point we where lucky as we didnt require thermal underwear we leart lots of intresting things then headed off to Aberdeen where we booked …
... century and it also played an important role in Scotland's history through the 18th century Jacobite risings since it was in a great location and had good defensive strength.
After we spent some time in the castle, we hiked up too the Stonehaven War Memorial that wasn't far from the castle. It's a memorial that commemorates those from Stonehaven that died in the first and second world wars. The hill that it was located on also had an amazing view of the town.
When you go ice-skating, it is good to remember that you are not the girl from the movie you watched last night.
You are worse.
I decided that, given yesterday was a bit of a flop as far as pursuing my ice-skating career, that I better get going today.
Because all 24 hours could cost me a gold medal at the 2016 Olympics.
Anyway, I went to the ice rink again and it took me about 30 seconds walking in skates to ...
... Mushroom Pie.
It was amazing!
It even had homemade pastry (which for the record, I had no idea what she was doing!)
It tasted so good and then we watched a movie...I don't even remember which movie...
Oh yeah, Ice Princess...just to add to the whole feeling lazy idea.
But it was a wonderful day and night.