Bam. Again it happened and I’m in love. I’m in love with Edinburgh. I’m in love with old, especially victorian, cities in general, haha. Let me start with a little tip when you go to Edinburgh: Park your car not in the center, park it more outside the city. It’s less expensive and you get to walk through nice parks and streets to get to the center. At least that has been my case.;-) I’ve parked right behind the National Gallery of Scotland. So we went into the center to the shopping mile. This street is called the Princess Street. We went through a lot of shops and of course, I had to shop a lot, haha. And I loved to walk through Jenners. It’s a huge and old, absolutely stunning and beautiful department store. There I also set down to have a coffee, as usual. From the restaurant you had a super nice view and the monument for King Bruce and on the Princes Street Garden. We walked through that later too. We walked through a little alley in the really old part of the city of Edinburgh. The streets are still out of pavement stones, which I consider highly beautiful. So on this road, we walked up the Royal Mile, which it was called, and had again the chance to peek into many little and cute stores. There we bought a cap with the flag of Scotland on it and a birthday present for one of my little brothers who envied me for going to Scotland so much, haha. And of course, we went into the castle. The castle is on a very high point of Edinburgh so we had a stunning view over the garden, the whole city, and the sea. And on the other side, you could perfectly see Arthur’s Seat.