Places I’d Like to Go
Ballygally Castle is in the village of Ballygally, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, located approximately three miles north of Larne. The castle is described as "a living postcard—a charming, almost teal-colored Scottish baronial castle overlooking the sea in Northern Ireland." The castle was built in 1625 by James Shaw, of Scotland, who had come to the area and rented the land from the Earl of Antrim for £24 a year.
Edinburgh Castle - Scotland
The Chrysler Building is so beautiful, always serving as an artistic inspiration.
AD Classics: Chrysler Building / William Van Alen
Dubrovnik, Croatia - Totally Frickin Awesome
Dun Aengus, Inishmore, Ireland is the most famous of several prehistoric forts in the Aran Islands.
Dead Sea contains 26 essential minerals, twelve of the Dead Sea minerals do not exist in any other sea or ocean in the world.
Bucket list: float in the Dead Sea.
Float in the Dead Sea
Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - This weeks Travel Pinspiration on the blog!
Travel Pinspiration - 4 Photos of Barcelona
Venice, Italy: Bridge of sighs. Want to see that