The Embassy is... barely acceptable. The architecture is crude by Altmer standards, but she can see that the builders did the best they could with... Limited resources.
The staff is as inadequate as she was warned, ill-trained, ill-mannered, many of them local Bosmer and Dunmer. Idhris knows they can be whipped into acceptable shape - she has Bosmer servants at home, and knows many of the high houses hire Dunmer as well. Mother has never trusted Dunmer but, well, no matter how much Idhris might admire her, she is not her mother. She can work with this.
The food leaves much to be desired, however. Much of it is local fare, as importing from Alinor, or even Cyrodil, is quite expensive. She hopes the chef she brought with her from Alinor will be able to make something of it, else this is sure to be a miserable time.
More miserable than it already is.
At least the fortifications are well enough. In a land as savage as this one, with rebels and bandits around every corner, the security of thick walls and strong gates is not to be underestimated.
She completes her examination of the Embassy at the front gates, before making her way back to her office. There's much paperwork to be done, and more piling up every moment. She might as well start in on it now.