Premier Inn Aberdeen Westhill
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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 ...
... separately have both esconced themselves in the wrong seats so there is a great deal of huffing and puffing before everyone gets sorted out.
we pull back from the stand on time but after a few metres we stop and nothing happens. Eventually the pilot come on and says there is a problem. The tarmac is hot and soft and the plane's wheels have sunk in a bit. He does not have the power to get out of the rut so the tractor will need ...
... of spending money on a day pass.
I stopped into a Pound store to look at some room accessories, and groceries. I spent a long time there looking around and doing some bargain shopping. My prize find was hot pink jewellery rack, with butterflies.
I went back home to grab something to eat and put away my items. Then it was off to Asda, to search for some necessary items: hangers, wall charger for my phone, and laundry soap. I found all of ...
... and found a parking space near the station. The sun had come out and the city was bathed in light. We found a pub near the station willing to serve us a beef pie with chips and peas plus dessert for 8 pounds. This was our main meal for the day. Some provisions were bought at Marks and Spencer and we drove across the bridge to the Black Isle. A scenic road took us to Fortrose and out to Point Chanonry. We passed a new housing estate and a very windy golf course on ...