Somehow, in the chaos of a surprise trip to America then starting a new job, I haven’t shared any of adventures from our recent trip to Scotland. But now that the dust has settled a bit, I can’t wait to share some of the highlights from our wonderful trip to Scotland.
We arrived in the outskirts of Edinburgh on Monday, and our first stop was the iconic Rosslyn Chapel. Iconic, as it is the chapel featured at the end of The DaVinci Code. Inside the chapel there were stunning carvings at every single turn, from flowers to leaves to faces and angels…the carvings were so beautiful. I found myself wonderfully gazing at the carvings,with my eyes glued to the details that were all around.
Roslin Chapel dates all the way back to the 15th century, being constructed over time by several traveling masons. Photography isn’t allowed inside, but I was very cheeky and snuck two photos of the interior the chapel. But trust me, these photos don’t do the chapel justice, it was filled in every corner with lovely carvings and details.
Have you ever visited Rosslyn Chapel? What did you think?