Sometimes we forgot to take couple photos while I am busy dressing up and he is preparing for videography. Ok. next time we both agree to take more couple photos first before diving down to do our own interest. 🥰
The views on the @toweroftheamericas in downtown San Antonio . This is the 10th tower I have been in on my travels around the world and the 4th in North America. 📍San Antonio, Texas 5th stop on our US roadtrip 2019
We are avid Harry Potter fans so no trip to Edinburgh would be complete without searching for a little bit of Harry Potter. If the magic is still real for you too, then you might enjoy checking out some of these sites in the city…
1. Candlemaker Row and Victoria Street:
With its candy-coloured houses and winding cobbled lanes, it’s not hard to see why people think that Candlemaker Row was a source of inspiration for Diagon Alley.
2. The Elephant House:
JK Rowling came to the Elephant House frequently to pen her novels in the backrooms of the café. There are even photos of her in the mid-90s scribbling down notes for her acclaimed works. From this café, she could see the Castle, Greyfriars Kirkyard and many other places which gave her inspiration for lots of locations in the books.
3. Greyfriars Kirkyard:
Much of the inspiration in the books for the locations and names in the series were sourced from a combination of Rowling’s imagination, and what she could see from the back windows of the Elephant House Café. Many character’s surnames from the books can be found in Greyfriars Kirkyard, an ancient churchyard that is just a few minutes walk from the Elephant House. Notable names to be found here include Riddell and McGonagall.
4. George Heriot’s School:
Of all the Harry Potter in Edinburgh, the George Heriot school looks the most like it’s come straight out of the books. Imposing and slightly austere, George Heriot’s school is complete with a stone façade, four winding turrets and four houses. Remind you of anything? Furthermore, Rowling has previously said that Hogwarts is located somewhere in Scotland…
still can’t believe places like this exist // as a kid I used to watch movies and promise myself that one day I will experience beauty like this with my very own eyes. Here I am today, checking places off my list and hoping one day to go back to see them again 💫🌿
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Comment ne pas tomber amoureuse de cette île lorsque l’on voit cette eau turquoise à perte de vue ? 😍
S’il y avait quelques palmiers, on pourrait vraiment se croire en République Domincaine ou dans un autre pays des Caraïbes. L’île de Formentera est vraiment un incontournable lors d’un séjour à Ibiza, ne la manquez surtout pas ! Il faut compter entre 35 et 50€ l’aller-retour selon la compagnie que vous choisirez et les horaires de départ et de retour.
Vous avez déjà été à Formentera ? Si non, aimeriez-vous visiter cette île ? 🐚