Claymore Vegetarian Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Yes, today is the day we start saying our goodbyes as we need to leave at 6am. Julie went to visit some family to say goodbye and I stayed at Nerissa's to do the final check to make sure everything is packed and we are ready to make the 3 day trip home. We headed around to Hazel's for afternoon and more goodbyes to Nerissa's family. Back home to get ready to head out for tea with Nerissa, Peter, Phillip and Andrea ...
... The Buddies Welcome after dinner was, to put it lightly, insane. Apparently there were around 600 buddies, which the organisers decided would be able to fit into a room about 1/10 the size it needed to be. It was nearly impossible to move from the entry to the registration desk, and once we had been given name tags, it was impossible to find our group. I did eventually find my buddy and the rest of the group, but it was a relief to get back 'home'.
Thursday was attempt 2 at ...
... and dance groups from Malta, China, and India.
These were fantastic, but the highlight of the Tattoo is always the "Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, The Royal Dragoon Guards, The Queen’s Royal Hussars (Queen’s Own and Royal Irish), The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, The Black Watch, ...
I'm sitting in the café/bar of the Travelodge Edinburgh Airport, with a glass of rose and waiting for my meal. As hotels go it has no atmosphere or character, but for location and price it’s fine. It’s located a 10 minute shuttle bus from the airport and it was the cheapest within the precinct of the airport. I am determined not to miss my flight to Nice in the morning after my experience in Paris.
I left the Lakes District ...
... oh. Luckily I was able to find free wifi at the airport which allowed me to alert everyone back home that I had touched down. Then, after struggling with my three rather large suitcases, I made it to the meeting place and met Danielle, one of the IFSA Butler Scotland staff members. We then waited for Allie, another student studying abroad at the University of Stirling and we were finally on our way to our hotel in Edinburgh.
We are staying in Edinburgh for 3 days and ...