Thainstone House Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... in the neighborhood. Then I went home, ate some lunch, and mapped out the malls in an effort to hunt for a males bracelet. One I am going to give to my Scottish guy friend.
I went to the bus stop to try to catch the bus, and it wasn't due for 15 minutes so I started walking to City Centre, since it only a 25 min walk. As I, looked at the times and passed a stop a really attractive man stopped told me one was coming soon and kinda motioned me to stay so I did. As it turns ...
... I could have gone home, but opted to stay for an hour and half to listen to Stanley Morgan talk to RGU students about placement. They more about CV's interviews all and how to sell your soul to the company. My friend Matt and I are convinced that is what you have to do. When they were asked how much a they make, ballpark, they were told as a dead serious answer that if they told us they would have to kill us. It's top secret. As famous as they are, I am ...
... or future husband). Another cool thing they do at the distillery is let you fill your own bottle of whisky from one of their special casks. David did this in July and was so excited about it, until we found out we couldn't ship it home and therefore he had been carrying it in his bag for the past 3 months waiting for this weekend so someone could bring it home! Phillip and Sean decided to fill their own special bottles of whisky to take home and drink on a special occasion! Sean ...
Got up in plenty of time to catch the 9.50am bus from Broadford to Isle of Lochalsh, where we were boarding the train to Inverurie, via Inverness. Almost had a family reunion on the bus, as 3 out of 4 couples that had been on the bus tour the day before were on the very same bus. Once at Kyle of Lochalsh we had about 2 hours to wait for the train, however, we "did" the town in about 20 minutes….. not that much to see, ...
8 August Gary and Debbie cooked us a big breakfast, complete with haggis, before we headed off to the bus. We were sad to be leaving Dornoch after a few relaxing days there, but were excited to get to Inverurie to see Brendan's sister Paula and family. We caught the bus to inverness then managed to transfer straight away onto the Aberdeen bound bus. After 4 hours we were coming into Inverurie. We were dropped off on the Main Street of Inverurie and after a short walk up the road, ...