Sheridan Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... clothes and comfy shoes. Stephen and Lauren were going to hike Arthur's Seat, but my energy level couldn't have handled it. I went to the Washroom next door to have a cider and called my mother and boyfriend. I hadn't really talked on the phone with either of them, so it was nice to hear their voices. After that, I went next door to a place called Whisky Rooms. They were so crowded, but no one was sitting at the bar, so I perched myself up and sat there for ...
... were sorry for us. It was all in jest, however. It was interesting to find out that they knew all about what was happening in the States, but we knew nothing about what was going on in the world. When I arrived in Edinburgh, I checked into my hostel (which has views of the castle from the window) and the excitement began. I was so excited to see that this hostel was great. The beds are better, there is more space, the showers are nice, there is ...
... are on the planet- 7am-9am means traffic jams. And there's more...two more groups joining us will not be arriving until late morning/early afternoon, so our guide is going to DROP US OFF in downtown Edinburgh for the day so he can meet the other groups as they arrive. OK- we can do this!
A couple of hours later, after a quick run-down of the city map, we're left to our own devices in the "New Town" part of Edinburgh, which ...
... of gold from the sceptre and crown is a drab looking stone: the stone of destiny. It's a carved rectangular stone that the kings of Scotland and all the monarchs of England have under their throne from which they are crowned. Although it appears as only a rock it's significance is fascinating.
We explore the city byway of the hop on hop off bus. The city streets are crowded with tourists and residents alike. We see Spoon, a coffee house that the tour guide points ...
... far the history of Scotland(and all of Europe) dates back to. United States history is no where near as old as it is here. This was proven when we went on a tour of "The Real Mary King's Close". All of the side streets in Scotland are called closes. A close is basically an alley way now(no cars can fit through), but back in the 1600s was an extremely narrow road where people lived. Since no pictures were allowed to be taken on the underground tour I'll try ...