Sheridan Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... we received at the Enterprise Rent-a-Car terminal will bring us back as repeat customers some day. They even gave us a lift to the bus terminal to catch a bus into Ratho Station, where we had booked a room just 2 miles from the airport. The room is basic, to be sure, but I didn't have to drive through suburban Edinburgh traffic to get to it, and tomorrow a shuttle will take us to the airport. I no longer have to ...
... Even though I loved the atmosphere of the hostel, my favorite part was the location. It is right in the heart of Edinburgh in the Grass Market area. Pubs, stores, museums, coffee shops, and the Edinburgh Castle are all located within a 5-10 minute walk. It definitely made exploring Edinburgh super easy and fun. Once we found the hostel, we checked in, dropped our stuff off, grabbed a quick dinner, went back to hostel, and went ...
... Braveheart." It was a smash hit.
The country of Scotland, in its fifteen-hundred-year struggle to set itself apart from its dominant neighbor to the south, belatedly recognized the contribution of William Wallace to that effort and built a towering national monument to its national hero: construction was completed in 1869.
William Wallace fought all of his battles in the 1200s in Scotland, most around the town of Sterling, ...
Well The Fringe was in full-swing in August. Now over and yes, I've been slack and am catching up.
Went and saw The Tattoo with Kat (from work) and her fiance (great photo guys!). It had been miserable all day with rain and such, and ****** down while we were having dinner at Subways (had a wrap - interesting). Was spitting while the 3 of us walked up The Mound.
We then found we were up in the very last row - shame I ...
... down to earth guy and really really funny. It was great. He even noticed that there were several older gentlemen selling newspapers near by and he told everyone instead of giving him money for the show, to go buy a newspaper and help those guys out. Love it. The video of some of the songs we got was fantastic and again it was a highlight of the entire journey across the entire UK. Amazing.