Premier Inn Aberdeen City Centre
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a couple of shells! We head up to the rooftop terrace and get a pretty good view all around,.Not being a golf fan I was still pretty impressed. From there we make our way to Aberdeen......cant say that was our favourite town. We stayed right in the centre of town and headed to the wharf/beach for some dinner, We were on foot and following directions given by the girl at the front desk. We walked for miles in back streets ...
... were foiled and admire the curios and period furniture. The estate is something to behold, with some of the finest gardens in Scotland and waymarked trails to explore. The more active may wish to have a treetop adventure at Go Ape, within the castle’s grounds.
If you’d rather leave the driving behind for a weekend, you can do plenty on foot in Aberdeen city centre. On every turn there’s stunning architecture; ...
... go back to their life and mention that night to their friends, and you do the same. No one has anything but a memory.
And that is what I love, and why tonight was so good.
I rocked up to my usual pub after work today, with Kyle and Jordon working, so I did know a couple people.
But then I began talking to this lovely group of four to one side of me and a group of two to the other ...
... the Scots have been polite, kind and friendly. Still can't believe we're here! Will try to upload photos when we get a better wifi connection. Hopefully it will be good at our B&B. Stephen Dubreuil and Emma moved back from NZ to Bath, and are meeting us tomorrow at Kew Gardens. Tuesday, we tour Buckingham Palace. We'll spend time this afternoon plotting out more adventures for the rest of the week. Love, The ...
... and how the same family is still running it today. Even the original buildings made entirely of stone where still being used as they were a hundred years ago. We saw batches of whisky being made at each step and even got to see the barrels where the next bottles were being stored on the minimum of their 12 year stay. The tour ended with a tasting of their 3 major sellers: 12 year, 15 year and 18 year old whisky. Can't say we are major fans of the ...