We had an awful drive to Edinburgh next day. Could barely see for fog and ran into a traffic jam. But Edinburgh, even in the rain, is an uncommonly beautiful city.
and I believe that after we’d gone Nathan did the Monster Mash in this very street (well not IN the street — karioke of course).
The Camera Obscura has long been one of my ‘things to do’ and this time I did – all 7 floors – and there are no lifts although apparently plans are afoot. The views are really worth the climb
and could you walk through the seemingly spinning vortex?
This is one tourist attraction that doesn’t disappoint. It’s FUN!
Afterwards we went for a meal and the next day, our last together for a while, Nathan and I completed our circuit of medical museums which began with The Mutter Museum two years ago by visiting the Royal College of Surgeons Museum – an equally fascinating and humbling place.
I kissed our guests goodbye — of course I didn’t cry… I NEVER cry! Isn’t that right Nathan…
Hope you had a great time. We did. It has taken two weeks to recover but that’s what age and decripitude does 🙂