Its beautiful right?
The cathedral is located on the Royal Mile, you simply cant miss it and you really shouldnt. If you visit Edinburgh in Scotland, just make sure that you see the cathedral, both inside and out, its really amazing. Maybe I shouldnt put that on you, I only entered the cathedral on my second second visit to Edinburgh...
If you want to phograph inside the cathedral, make sure that go get a photopermit. Just stop at the enrance and you will see the sign for the permits. As a photonerd, it was all worth it for me.
But what about you, would you pay a fee to be able to take pictures?
Last year we did a Review of 2018 so lets keep this up and make a small review of this year as well.
We started 2019 in Dublin Ireland with the best group of people ever, so we kicked off the new year in style. We have stayed in Europe all year, even though we've had the ambission of going on a longer trip. Travelling longer takes some more planning on our behalf, and to be honest, we're kind of to impulsive to plan a longer trip.
Anyways, here's what we have done during 2019:
The summer was filled with all kinds of travels and explorations of our hometown, but the autumn kept us home. Since Angelicas pregnancy kept us from flying, we planned both train and boat trips, but we never quite got around to it.
Number of trips: I would say 5, as we did Nessebar and Sunny Beach on the same trip. (-3)
Visited countries: 6 (-2)
New countries: 2 (-2)
Days traveling: 24 (-9)
We did not travel as much as we wanted to this year, well face it - if we would travel as much as we wanted to, we would go broke kind of quickly and the boys would be all stressed out. But we did travel a lot less than last year, but then again, Angelica couldnt really travel as much due to the pregnancy.
And just as last year we're having trubble deciding which trip was the best... but even though it rained a bit every day, Bulgaria really surprised us. Maybe its because we didnt have any expectations at all and none of us had been there before, but we all really enjoyed it. That is one country that we would like to revisit and get to know a bit better.
We could end this by giving you a hint of our predictions and bucketlist for 2020, but thats gonna an entirely differnt post, so stay tuned for that one. So instead we're gonna end this off by saying thank you, you are the best!
//A & A
Yes, the rooftop thing as become a thing. I tend to google for great rooftops when I am abroad, to get a good drink and a view to die for. These images are taken from the rooftop terrace at the national Museum of Scotland, beautiful right?
As we were there late august, the lavendar season was about finished, but I can imagine how stunning this rooftop terrace would have been in full bloom. And yes, you could see the Edinburgh castle from the rooftop aswell, but seeing as it was during the Fringe festivale, there was a lot of non-photogenic stuff infront of the castle, so no pictures of the castle this time.