Like any major city, Aberdeen is not without its fair share of shopping opputunities, so it's OK for the ladies.
The main shopping street in Aberdeen seems to be Union Street.
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The men of The Lonach with their spears.
I'm not sure if they were just parading or whether they were the contestants in the other highland games events. But in any case they are handsome :)))
More from The Lonach
In the top photo you can see the field for the games behind the young dancers. In the bottom photo are the drummers as they enter the field.
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Michael Fraser, 6th Laird of Fraser, constructed this castle and it was completed in 1636. The surrounding estate is quite pretty.
Crathes Castle the home of the Burnetts of Leys, built in the 16th century. It is located about 7 miles west of Aberdeen.
Provost Skene House
The Lord Provost is the mayor of a city. One of the oldest buildings in Aberdeen, this house dates from the 1500s.
If it's summer, the beach will probably still be too cold. It's nice to look at though. There's a decent boardwalk with some shops, arcades, and restuarants.
Union Street is the main boulevard in Aberdeen. There's a lot of shops, restuarants, banks, bars, and clubs on or just right off of Union St.
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