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... did reappear for about 5 minutes part way through the Tattoo but again was very light and barely noticeable. The temperature was also quite mild so, all in all, I think I was very, very lucky.
My seat was so good!! Plenty of leg room and no-one in front of me… I had a totally uninterrupted view of the whole performance. I took quite a few photos but also just had some time to just sit, watch and enjoy it rather than looking at it through the viewfinder of ...
... The Kiss'. I'm planning on going to Rodin's house while I'm in Paris and I'm very excited, I love his work. To see 'The Kiss', even a replica of it, was lovely. Sculptures fascinate me. The very idea that they see a possibility of a work of art in a chuck of
rock blows my mind, because to make it art they have to chisel away at it. I love the story of Michaelangelo (I think) saying that that he sees something imprisoned in the rock and that his chiseling away at it frees the something. ...
... Instead we took in the panorama and imagined the spectacle of the Tattoo with signs of preparation underway. Then we wound our way back down, passing an Edinburgh University College on the way and seeing an SA flag displayed in a window!
At the bottom, we spotted the Scottish National Gallery across the road and decided to take a look. It proved an amazingly worthwhile experience but it was only about ½ an hour before closing time which was nowhere near ...
... their own pizza and they felt so special while the adults had a variety of wonderful food. It was a fantastic family dinner with Fiona, David, Ross, Jordan, Elaine, Nick and us. Can't wait to see it next time we are back. It was getting late and so we packed up the car and drove back to the house. The view coming home was stunning as we could see the sun setting over the firth. When we got back, the kids were very ready for bed and we all had tea and visited before retiring as ...
... to a pub, laurie had a dram of whisky and I had a pint...then off to our hotel. And what a change it was from Easyhotel in London! Granted, we held no illusions to what Easyhotel was and they delivered everything they promised, for bargain prices in central London. No complaints. But our new digs are a bit more...highbrow.
It's off to bed now....then up in the morning to see the city!