Cullen Bay Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... entertained The lying and cheating Were in no way refrained We dropped by the Cairngorms Where Santa does graze His magical reindeer When its not Christmas days And to finish our venture An old steam train trip Through snow dusted Scotland With mulled wine to sip A time like none other Our Christmas was great But we all missed our families On that 25th date *Most Photo credit to the lovely ...
... just 12 miles north of Dufftown. The coastal town is called Lossiemouth. A main attraction at Elgin is the Cashmere factory shop for Johnston of Elgin. Well worth a visit.
We we ended our visit to Speyside with a tour and tasting at Glenfiddich Distillery which just on the outskirts of Dufftown
Tomorrow we head for Edinburgh.
... of Lossiemouth history is that it
provided the UK with its first Labour Prime Minister, one Ramsey McDonald. Quite
the feat for the son of a serving girl and a ploughman. On that occasion a free
Presbyterian education forged a national leader in the face of Eton and Cambridge
hoity toits. So there you have it a quick zip through a lovely part of Scotland
and proof positive that these is more than Whisky to be had in these parts.
Slangevar!! (Good Health)
Day 6 started slowly, as most were tired from last night. Short journey to Forres with all twelve teeing off from 9 am...
Out with SA and IM again.... Had some good fun an we all played well. Mr Mac has rediscovered his form and was back to his better self on the course... On the second when I asked S if he wanted the flag in or out, S replied yes please!! Gonna be one of those days.
No lost balls for me and a couple ...
... to perfection and Ramo reported that Paul’s shed was amazing … organized and clean! We shared dinner at a fine restaurant …. black pudding, haggis and salmon followed by Knickerbocker desserts. Jim drove us up every country lane in Nor-east Scotland and we met Isobel and Maitland, Mary, Tommy and lots of Marg’s cousins. Brugh Sweeties, a fantastic pie with a cup of tea and lunch at the Fishermen’s ...