On the John Muir way into Edinburgh today. I walk through Musselburgh and sit by the Roman Bridge and have breakfast.
Pass the beautiful Brunton Memorial Hall (designed by Sir William Kininmonth, opened 1971).
Arriving at the sea front.
Enter the outskirts of Edinburgh.
Through parks, around the back of houses and along rivers then Salisbury Crags - cliffs on the edge of Arthur's Seat - are on my right.
After walking through a long, dark, grim smelling tunnel I suddenly arrive in the St Leonard's area of Edinburgh.
It's festival time and the crowds get more and more numerous as I enter the city.
It's a bit overwhelming to see all these people so I check into my hostel and go off to see Dunkirk on the IMAX.