MONDAY 25TH: DAY 15…BRIDGE BOBBY BURNS BUILT…THEN ABERDEEN

We  departed Elgin for the coastal route to Aberdeen…but I have to admit I took photos but not sure what they are…..until we arrived in a small town for lunch.




A CUP OF CREAM OF  CHICKEN SOUP…NO FLAVOR NO CHICKEN

VIEW FROM MY SEAT

A HUGE MOUND OF PROCESSED CHEESE WITH A HAMBURGER UNDER…MAYO AND FRYS WITH A SALAD AND NO DRESSING..UGH

                                                         OIL RIGS OUT IN THE SEA
We did stop in a small lovely drive by village to see one of the oldest bridges in Scotland that Robert Burns helped make possible.  It was very pretty and a pleasant visit.

STONE HOUSES WERE IN THE SURROUNDING AREA…WELL MAINTAINED

ANOTHER WAR MEMORIAL FOR THOSE VILLAGERS THAT LOST THEIR LIVES IN WWII

We arrived at another …and the last Premier Inn of the trip in Aberdeen, checked in and went out to scout the city.  Free time in Aberdeen so I walked around a bit then stopped for a lousy Pizza before returning to the hotel. 

  I was expecting an Industrial working class dirty city and got the opposite.  A Grand City but no time to see anything..only an overnight stop.

GOOD NIGHT ABERDEEN

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