The Huntly Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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We leave Aberdeen at 8.00am to drive to Edinburgh airport for our Qatar Airways flight via Doha to Melbourne. We booked it months ago and got a great buy one get one free offer for business class tickets. We arrive nice and early and try not to pig out too much in the business lounge or get too drunk. Basic beers, wines and spirits are free but some premium drinks like champagne have a charge. Naturally we go for the free stuff. I am ...
... in Helen and Sean, we had a few drinks together then Sean says we're leaving cheers and he's taking us on a local pub crawl! We go to their soccer club, where we are the only ones in the club at the time, I also swear there was only a back door entrance. After the soccer club we went to another small pub but full with people, there we met Nicks nephew(I think). Leaving this bar I was drunk enough to think it was a good idea to do a few lunges... I ripped my pants! Instead of ...
... None of the pictures I've ever seen do justice to what is really there. Huge hills covered in Heather and it was all in flower, as were the Scotch Thistles. Just about every bend we turned opened up another magnificent vista, and you eventually realise you can't photograph them all. It's a bit like castles and quaint houses.
We stopped for lunch in Braemar and walked around the town before finding a lovely old bakery. ...
... their scraps, do nothing about getting a job and spend her whole life blaming her misfortune on Berlusconi and the recession.
The thing is, I, of course, can't fob the entire thing off as unpleasant. Whether by initially lying to myself or unavoidably getting used to him or genuinely giving him a chance, I ended up staying in a real, exclusive and steady relationship with Ricardo for two entire months! No need for comments on the overwhelming nature of that timespan...
... lunch at the cafe at Deans adjoined to what is quite a famous shortbread makers here. You can go to the observation area to, I thought, watch the whole production process, but pretty much all you see is the packing line. They also sell boxes of broken shortbread fingers, and I watched the woman who made sure they are broken as she threw them into the box. Just a cheap packaging trick I think to make people believe they are getting ...