Premier Inn Aberdeen South (Portlethen)

Address: Mains of Balquharn, Portlethen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB12 4QS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mains of Balquharn, Portlethen, is near Duthie Park Winter Gardens, Storybook Glen, Hazlehead Park, and Doonies Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Portlethen

    Shop til you drop...

    A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Oct 19, 2014

    ... a very friendly lass, who also studies at RGU. She is an art student and is originally from Falkirk. We chatted for a good 15-20 minutes about various experiences. I finally checked out and struck up a conversation with the cashier, and discussed Aberdeen, He told me out of all the places he has lived in the UK, Aberdeen is his favourite, because it is so easy to strike up a conversation with the residents. They are so friendly and open in Aberdeen. I finished up and walked on ...

    CV Bleh...

    A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Oct 18, 2014

    ... making off the wall comparison like international markets achieve the level of the Federation in Star Trek. :) Yes, we are going to get along.

    Then with a two hour break I met with my group members from Business Ideas and Opportunities. We got together to discuss potential business ideas. That went nowhere real fast. I have yet to meet our fifth member. The girls are the ones supplying ideas while they guys seems to shoot them down due feasibility. First, of ...

    Fairy tales do come true!

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... in the same room with him. Our ceremony concluded with a highland tradition that the bride and groom drink whisky from a Quaich which is a small silver cup with two handles. We each held one side of the quaich and drank to the past, present and future. I do not like whisky at all, so this part was a little hard for me. I just took sips and poor David had to finish whatever we did not drink on the previous rounds. Let’s just say he had to gulp down a couple of times there at the ...

    In step saturday

    A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Sep 27, 2014

    ... and a wind breaking water resistant jacket. There is a fine line between jackets, too much and you'll sweat profusely and too little you'll freeze. The part that makes it difficult is factoring how much heat you generate while walking

    Headphones are also nice to have when walking, but I have to remind myself that I want to take in the culture and of course the accents. I make a point to wear one earphone in at a time to listen to the people around me. :)
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    The Sparkling City

    A travel blog entry by lounev on Sep 26, 2014

    ... distillery in the market town of Oldmeldrum. It’s Scotland’s most easterly distillery and produces hearty Highland malts. Let me be honest here; I knew very little about whisky before my visit and found it hard to taste anything other than, well… whisky. The distillery was built in 1797 from local granite, when two brothers set out to make beer and whisky. They soon discovered which was more profitable and Glen Garioch now produces ...