Udny Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
Friday's are my days to sleep in an hour longer than my other module (course) days. I still get my lectures and tutorials mixed up between days, but lets be real I only finished the second week of tutorials. It was a pretty boring day. We classified various business drivers in my International Business tutorial, which was entertaining. This is the only tutorial that i have the same tutor as the lecture for the module. The bonus is that he loves his job and is ...
... the clock and think ****… where did all the time go! All of a sudden you start rushing around and it’s time to put on your dress, take pictures and walk down the aisle. At least that’ what happened to me! The last 45 minutes before the ceremony is somewhat of a fast-paced blur. I felt like it took forever to get my dress on, thanks to my 50 million buttons in the back that had to be fastened with a bobby pin! Then once I was in my dress it was time for me to see my ...
... offer that you’ll want to stay longer than a couple of days. There are around 300 castles in the city and Shire alone, not to mention rolling hills, miles of fields, rugged countryside and salmon-rich rivers. Whether you want to put on your walking boots and explore, or retreat to a country house and enjoy local delicacies by the fireplace, you can do it all here.
It was out in the Shire that we found the Glen Garioch (pronounced ‘Glen ...
Mary kindly gave me a lift back to Newburgh on a frosty morning with hazy sunshine. This meant that I was on the road before 9am. My target was to reach Peterhead in time to catch the 1615 bus to Aberdeen and get back to Edinburgh before it got too late.
Day 19 contrasted with Day 18 in several ways. The wind was behind me most of the time. The shoreline mainly consisted of high cliffs with some long ...