After what can only be described as a rough first day/night, we were finally awake during the day and ready to explore!
Two days after the wedding, we boarded our nonstop transcontinental flight from Miami to Madrid. To say that we were excited would be an understatement. We still had no real idea of what we would do when we got there, but we're smart and knew that we would find a way - it's not like we where traveling to another planet.
Then it suddenly dawned on me - we had tickets to Spain, but hadn't actually book a hotel or planned what we would be doing ...
The time has come to head back to my nine to five - this trip has been amazing and I feel very fortunate for being able to have made this dream a reality. Below is the rainy view from my Dublin hotel; my one night stop over before heading home to Texas. During my wait… Continue reading The Long Road Home
When entering into the Cathedral, I was greeted by a very large sign requesting that no photos be taken until a 2 GBP fee was paid for a photography permit. It stated that the fee would be used to fund the upkeep of the church which was founded in the 12th century. So, I walked… Continue reading St. Giles Cathedral
While on my way to the Rosehip for breakfast, I stumbled upon this mural. As it turns out, Edinburgh was the first city to received the 'City of Literature' distinction from UNESCO in 2004. This title is given to cities to recognize the literary and theatrical contributions made be authors who call the city home,… Continue reading Ediburgh: City of Literature
The weather was brisk and a bit less rainy this day, so I set out to walk the city. I didn't really have much of a destination, I just picked a direction and started walking. Below is the Elephant House, probably best known as one of the coffee shops where J. K. Rowling wrote the… Continue reading Early Morning in Edinburgh