Sheridan Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... doing the white-man-shuffle for a few hours whilst being elbowed and kicked every once in a while. That said, it was a brilliant night. There's nothing like going out on the town, all dressed up, with just your girlfriends to giggle with. I'm sad leaving Scotland and I'm super sad to say goodbye to my little lady but it's so exciting knowing the next time I see her will be in Australia. Now I should probably get home and spend some time with my actual ...
... does exist but when I saw It constantly I started becoming very upset and feeling helpless. We got back to the meeting point early and decided to get a cuppa whilst we waited. Toby and I reflected on the homelessness situation in Edinburgh and both had paid particular attention to the people who had dogs. After our cuppa we went next door to the convenience store to buy lunch supplies. I waited at the meeting point (I walk too slow) and Toby ran back up the street ...
... around the walls. Worth the admission as there was lots to see and do. Scottish Crown Jewels were quite elaborate. No photos in the guarded vault where they're kept. What better way to ward off the chill than a dram at the Whisky Experience. Fun and informative barrel ride and a breathtaking collection of whisky! Dined at Billy Connelly's favorite Indian Restaurant. Edinburgh is quite the city. very ...
... so I couldn't handle more than a couple bites. Heather finished hers--what a good girl! We then went on a ghost tour which was a cool experience. Our guide, Chiara, was quite theatrical and encouraged group participation. She took us to a few spots around the city telling us various creepy stories. Then we went underground to some vaults that were discovered and excavated some time ago. It was very dark and creepy down there far ...
... and keys to them. I explained that we had luggage and Mom wasn't too mobile, and they said we had no choice. So, trek back the way I came and load up our stuff to prepare for the return journey. Luckily a girl from the office was in the lot by then, and picked up our keys and paperwork, as well a kind woman gave us her luggage cart, and we headed for the taxi stand. Finally, on our way to the hotel. Our hotel was 3 blocks away, a 3 pounds ...