Looking back on my time in England has reminded me of how amazing London is. However, my favorite part about my trip was spending time in Bath. London has the hustle & bustle that you expect from a big city, which definitely has its merits, and it has become one of my favorite places. Bath has its own charms; it combines the posh atmosphere that you might expect from Europe and it combines the quaint charm of the countryside (which was unbelievably beautiful). When I go back, I plan to allot more time to the countryside and Bath in particular. Enjoy!
Today’s London Series post is a lot of fun. On this day, we partook in a lot of the ‘typical tourist’ things one might expect to do in London. I find that doing this in your own neighborhood or city can be a lot of fun as well (like one of my days in Detroit, here). I hope you enjoy the third installment!
Here is the second installment of ‘The London Series’!
As promised, here is the first installment of my London Blogs, which I am calling “The London Series”. I have decided to format these blogs a little differently than some of my previous posts. During my trip, I kept a daily journal to ensure that I wouldn’t forget any of the tiny details of my time in Europe (though I’m not sure how well I actually did at achieving that, as I sat down to journal nightly after I had been drained from exploring all day!), and I have decided that I will mostly be sharing those entries, rather than trying to remember everything. These entries are more personal and less polished than what I usually share, and I hope that you enjoy reading them!
This summer has taken me on some of my biggest adventures yet! I have had the chance to travel both internationally and around America over the past few months, and it’s been a complete blast. Tons of pictures were taken, and so many memories were made, and I can’t wait to share them here! Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing about these two large trips, as well as some smaller trips that I’ve gotten the chance to make this summer.