So these are from July 24th, our third day in Edinburgh.  We had to take it a bit easy since we wore ourselves out by walking at least a dozen miles the day before.  
The National Gallery of Scotland

The National Gallery is free and open to the public.  They house several noted works of art including some by Van Gogh, Picasso, Cezanne, Gainsborough, Rembrandt, and Monet – as well as numerous national works like the Reverend Walker by Raeburn.

A pot of tea at Jenner’s, overlooking the gardens

A view of the castle from below at Grassmarket Square

Stumbled upon (quite literally) the grave of Adam Smith, noted economist

View of West Bow from above, near High Street

A quick interesting milliner’s shop in Grassmarket.