By Gemma Cruickshank
Undoubtedly Christmas is the busiest (and best) time of year, so fitting in a work girl’s night out before the hustle and bustle was VERY important.
For our special night out we fancied something a little quirky… This meant beginning our night with fun fair themed cocktails & food and finishing it singing to our hearts content.
By Steve Harris
It’s the second weekend in November and time to go and visit my parents in the Cotswolds. That means an early morning flight from Aberdeen International Airport as Flybe’s flight to Birmingham on a Saturday now leaves at the ungodly hour of 07.00. Well, it’s ungodly to me anyway on a Saturday morning after a week of late nights.
So, the chance to stay at the brand new Crowne Plaza, just 5 minutes walk from the airport terminal, was not just a bit of a treat but a godsend as well. Getting up at 05.15 may not be fun but is a lot better than the 04.15 alternative!
By Julia Heys
It’s hard to find a city synonymous with snow sports and dolphins, renowned for golf and home to whisky and castles…that’s why I love Aberdeen!
In one moment you’re bang in the centre of Scotland’s third largest city surrounded by awe-inspiring sparkling granite buildings. Central to the hustle and bustle of city life. In the next instant you’re in the tranquillity of countryside, inundated with picturesque surroundings, swamped in the history of Scotland’s past.
By Julia Heys
One of the best ways to spend a crisp autumn evening in Aberdeen? Delicious dinner and a night at the theatre!
We started our evening at one of Belmont Street’s relaxed eateries. Triple Kirks is one of my favourite places in the city centre for really good pub grub. It’s safe to say my friend and I made the most of the fairly priced menu (of course we left a little room for a treat at the theatre interval).
By Adelle Chessor
With winter fast approaching that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the outdoors in Aberdeenshire!
All you need is the correct clothing and footwear, some Big Beefys Billtong (or some butteries) in your snack bag and this helpful guide on walking in our region for all levels of interest! From light walks to hardcore hill-walking, there’s something for everyone!