Skene House Rosemount
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSkene House Rosemount Aberdeen
We had a wonderful visit and stay at the Skene House Rosemount. Our two story suite had plenty of space, very modern and clean. The upstairs bedroom and bath were so comfy. We also loved the convenience of being close to downtown, so walking was easy for getting around Aberdeen. the morning breakfast was also top notch.
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... at the Grampion Transport Museum. Far from being a sparse collection of old cars, the museum houses a collection of transportation artifacts ranging from horse-drawn carriages (and even a couple of sedan chairs) to antique and modern sports cars and motorcycles. A railroad engine and an army tank flanked the entrance. We stayed until we got "museum eyes"--the feeling you get when you can't absorb any ...
... the roads are narrow? Parts of our trip reminded us of our western treks by motorcycle. Except for the stone fences and the sheep, of course. But the winding roads, the tall pines and the agricultural valleys felt very familiar. We went to Balmoral, the Queen's Scotland estate, and toured the grounds. It won't surprise anyone to hear that my favorite part was the vegetable and flower gardens. I covet those gardeners! It is hard for us as Americans to wrap ...
... 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 ...
... something special from Scotland! When they were re-sizing David’s ring, we decided to grab some soup from a little Vegetarian shop around the corner. Until this moment we have been in warm weather and have worn sandals, dresses and shorts, but we got a lovely wake-up call once we hit Edinburgh. Welcome to the 50s and 60s! Soup was a necessary item for us since David and I were in sandals, shorts and no jackets!
After we got the ring re-sized we found a laundromat and a ...
... jumper and think to myself "I went round the world in 79 days".
I know I'll still get asked where my favourite place was but I don't honestly know. I've attached a photo of just one place in each country. You decide.
All in all it has been a long and at times pretty tiring experience. What with the time differences and everything Kathleen and I are feeling pretty tired and jaded. Do you know what we need - a holiday!