Aberdeen is Scotland's third largest city, located on the northeastern coast. Aberdeen is also known as the Granite City because of the extensive use of local granite in many of the cities buildings. This grey granite has a certain mineral content which makes some of the building in Aberdeen sparkle in the sunlight.
From the Aberdeen Travel Guide
All good,great value for money,bit hard to get if U do not have a transport/vehicle,but same time good to pump up your leg muscles,which I enjoyed walkies.Service is ok,location is great,clean and fresh air,magnifique!!! Didnt try kitchen facilities,but Im sure its all good aswell. ... more
Although the staff were very nice and friendly, the rest of the hostel was a bit below standard and I was bitten in the night! ... more
I had a wonderfully comfortable night's sleep; it was an ideal place for me to stay. It's a long time since I stayed in a student room and I had forgotten how cell-like they can be. It would have been nice to know who else was staying in the flat...I heard people come and go but never managed to meet anyone. ... more
Cheap flights from NYC or PHilly to Scotland this July?!
Hi, I'm going to Scotland (Aberdeen) for a wedding that will take place on July 16th ...
Edinburgh this weeken
Hi guys, I'm driving down from Aberdeen to Edinburgh on Friday night for the weekend and was wondering what are the best spots to head to. I've been before and seen the castle etc. but was wondering about something different or hidden away. I've got to work during the daytime of Sat and Sun ...
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Aberdeen to Edinburgh - Friday, 22 April 2011
Good Friday today. Surprisingly, everything in Scotland is open. Not so in Australia. Good Frida ...
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We visited another really cool place today, the Aberdeen Harbor . It has a little floating village with floating sea food restaurants . I've never seen anything like it! Lots of locals around the harbour tried to sell us souvenirs, and we learned that it is best to haggle when dealing with them ...
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