How many pictures can one take of the same building or skyline before it gets old? For me, there is no limit when it comes to Madrid. I couldn’t even begin to tell you (because in all honesty it would take me too much time to search) how many pictures I have of the Metropolis Building, Plaza Mayor or Sol, there are just too many.
Madrid is always on my mind, always. Here are some of my favorite places to take pictures in Madrid.
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Not too long ago, I came across my journal from my first trip to Scotland where I described Edinburgh as the most beautiful city I had ever seen. With its cobblestone streets, stunning views and delicious food, it’s hard not to find this city beautiful.
This past summer marked my third visit to Edinburgh. It’s always exciting for me to re-visit places after so much time has passed. I like to see what has changed, or in some cases, what hasn’t changed. My goal whenever I’m re-exploring a city, is to do at least one new thing. Whether that be a museum, a restaurant or a new part of the city it doesn’t matter.
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Once you’ve been to Granada it’s hard not to fall in love with the south of Spain. Some of the best architecture is found in this region of the country and its rich history is still very present all over the city. Last spring, I took the train from Madrid to meet a friend from back home and his family for the weekend. The train takes about four hours. It had been fourteen years since I had visited Granada and I was excited to get back.
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Switzerland was high on my list of places to visit this past year and earlier this Spring, I made it all happen. I guess I would call this my first big solo trip and it certainly won’t be my last. I’ve never really been the nervous type or felt unsafe when it comes to traveling, and Switzerland is one of the safest countries in Europe.
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One of my favorite parts about traveling is the food. I feel like there is no better way to immerse yourself in a different culture than to eat the local cuisine and in my opinion, Lisbon is one of the best places to go for a foodie.
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