Sheridan Guest House
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... 650 bottles of sherry - not our cup of tea. Had lunch at the Cafe there which was very nice and then did Holyrood which was beautiful and full of history- saw Queen Mary Of Scotland's rooms and articles through the ages including baby clothes of King James and the Room where the Queen knights people and watched a short video of Sean Connery and Gordon Ramsey being knighted. Wanted to see the gardens but bucketed with rain - glad we saw the Tattoo yesterday when ...
... and most were delayed, but a lot more flights were taking off than in Marseille.
Our flight ended up being delayed by two hours, but at 3pm, we had a gate, a plane, and a pilot. We actually managed to fly out. We were so happy to get on the plane, none of us cared at all that we'd been delayed for more than a day and had to travel to another country to get this flight. It could have been much worse.
... numerous gargoyles and being the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart. It was burnt and rebuilt several times until Oliver Cromwell damaged it with cannon fire during the English Civil War.
We stopped for a drink at 'The Eagle' in Lauder, then came back to Edinburgh to show Gary and Karen our lovely flat and have a coffee before dropping them back at their hotel so they could pack for the next stage of their trip. We all had an enjoyable day.
Even though today was officially the start of my one year trip, before I could get going I had a lot of stuff to finish up around the flat. I still had a lot of packing and cleaning to do before I could turn the keys over to my letting agent so it was a hectic morning. Luckily I managed to get everything done before my good friend Graham came over to give me a lift to the airport.
We went out for lunch for one last catch up before ...
... bad, although ask Jo and you'd think the world was ending as there was no desk and chair or tea and coffee making facilities. The big issue for me was the tardis like bathroom. It was small, though quite acceptable. The issue being the door was opaque. Not sure why anyone would want to sit or lie in bed and be able to watch someone else go to the toilet. What would possess a place to put see through bathroom doors ina small twin share ...