Edinburgh instagrammed

Whilst preparing to leave the beautiful city of Edinburgh, I turned into a bit of a tourist and found myself getting trigger happy with my i-phone, so here’s a wee instagram album of some my favourite spots around the city…

Dinosaur vs shark

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AND a pickled snake! Now I feel really spoilt... #nms

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Amerhyst

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And another one...

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A view of Edinburgh I'll miss

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Gotta love those cupcakes #mimisbakehouse

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Love her attitude. And the pretty colours. #johnsingersargent #nationalgalleries

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Busts

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A most unusual drink to start the evening... #bramble

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Panda!

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Penguins!

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Bamboo shadows

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LOVE this building!

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Run out of time to do the tour, but this will always be one of my favourite buildings #rmjm #scottishparliament

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Royal gilded thistles. #scotlandfortourists

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Curious little building by Holyrood Palace. I would guess the queen's troll lives there.

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Giant seed heads on Seafield Road. Sewage plant effect?

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A castle on a hill

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Tourist in Edinburgh

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Spring sunshine, parliament, palace, crags. Lovely!

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top – bottom: National Museum of Scotland; dimpsy New Town view; Regent Bridge with Callum Innes light installation; Waverley Bridge; Bernard Street in the snow (pic by Callum Alden); Mimi’s Bakehouse (wallpaper); National Gallery of Scotland busts and John Singer Sargent; cocktails at Bramble (ahem); Edinburgh Zoo; Scottish Parliament; Holyrood Palace (details); seed heads on Seafield Road, Edinburgh Castle; view from Calton Hill; Crags in the sunshine.

(These links can be a little dodgy, so I hope they work ok!)

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