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Dropping By At Trump Country Hotel And Golf Course, Aberdeen Scotland

ON THE WAY BACK TO ABERDEEN, Aaron took us to Trump's luxury country hotel and his golf course here in Scotland.  Well, I was told that his grandmother or ancestors are from here, so it seems and hence, a beautiful landscape which houses many country homes and a championship style golf course.  An eye opener for me, no doubt about that.   I am glad that we could drive in and look around the area.... no tight security on the grounds, no guard inspection... only when we reached the hotel, a young and friendly staff came out and asked us whether he could be of help.  We told him that we wanted to look around only and he replied, "Good, let me know if you need assistance."  That's the Scottish to us!
The Trump hotel... 
When can I stay one night here?
Anyone needs a ride?
The neat landscaping in front of the hotel...
Nice walk in the evening.... if the weather is good!
This is not even the golf course yet.... 
We took a drive into the inner parts but I did not get down to take pictures... 
We just walked around on the grounds....
The owner was not around... if he is, we won't be walking here so leisurely?






The welcoming area...
We made our mark here.... 
Time to go back to town....

Comments

  1. The place really look so amazing! It's so big! Very european!

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  2. I wonder what this building is before it was converted to a hotel.

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  3. I have never seen it before. The hotel looks like a castle! And it looks like he even has his own coat of arms!!

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  4. Looks like Dracula's castle! That's the thing about the people there, everyone is so nice and polite...the shop assistants are certainly not like the ones here and the older ladies will call you "love".

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  5. The hotel like a castle! The ground is so spacious.

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