We were very privileged where we stayed. It was right in the middle of the Royal Mile, straight up above the 3 red phone boxes.
We could look out the window and see street entertainer down below.
Of course we loved visiting the castle. The stones everywhere in old Edinburgh are so old you know when the centre of a stone step is curved with use that it's been there a while. ( I hated all the steps! )
When it did rain we found ( like Jane from Rugby found ) that camera Obscurer was a fascinating place to visit.
I also liked the piano playing dog with his singing cats.
*Thank you Isabelle and Mr. Life for having us to visit. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting you both and the fabulous cats.
* Thank you Michael for your generosity and wonderful coffee, I hope your accommodation gets well used.
* Thank you Andrew for showing us parts of your city and the amazing tea.( R loved the Scotch Whiskey Society. )
( Visit " Anteagues" for a huge selection ot teas ( especially the gunpowder one ) and fine antiques ( at 17 Clarke Street. ) www.anteaques.co.uk .
I will let the piper have the final say.