The Royal British Legion Scotland

Address: 2 High Street, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB53 4DS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 High Street, Turriff.
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Travel Blogs from Turriff

Airports are fun, ok, no they're not.

A travel blog entry by cat.mackenzie on Oct 06, 2014

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Made it to Aberdeen airport without any drama, kids are still getting along and Dunk and I haven't yet forgotten it's our anniversary today! 16 years ago we were tying the knot in Las Vegas, Nevada! Next stop Frankfurt. ----- At Frankfurt... Yep, it's an airport. Next stop Tokyo. ...

The countdown...

A travel blog entry by cat.mackenzie on Oct 04, 2014

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... we know which trains we're getting where, which rollercoasters we need to do and we've asked loads of questions on forums. We've tried as many Japanese foods as we can convince Dan to try and learned as many simple words and phrases as Duncan can remember (his strong point not mine).

We've downloaded so many helpful apps we'll have to ...

In step saturday

A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Sep 27, 2014

... a reasonable price. Asda is the European version of Walmart. Asda ended up being close to the beach, and was only about a 15-20 minute from my flat.

The view the hill on the way to Asda is incredible. It overlooks the ocean.

I am definitely going to lose weight doing all this walking, even if there is delicious and fatting food here. I am also kinda getting a feel for the weather and what appeal to wear for the day. A scarf is an ...

The Sparkling City

A travel blog entry by lounev on Sep 26, 2014

... distillery in the market town of Oldmeldrum. It’s Scotland’s most easterly distillery and produces hearty Highland malts. Let me be honest here; I knew very little about whisky before my visit and found it hard to taste anything other than, well… whisky. The distillery was built in 1797 from local granite, when two brothers set out to make beer and whisky. They soon discovered which was more profitable and Glen Garioch now produces ...

Marg, Jim and the Home Country

A travel blog entry by roamingrose on Aug 18, 2014

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... a strange sight awaited us ….. a For Sale sign on their cosy, warm and comfortable house! Yes! They are returning … what a surprise!

What a wonderful couple of days! After a excited catch up with Jim and Marg, Allison, their daughter, along with her family arrived to greet us. Then we drove out to Memsie where Paul and Allison have a farm. Strichen, Jim’s old homeland, is close by. Allison has restored a 185 year ...