God Save the Queen!

Our professor informed us that The Queen would be making her way through the streets of London in her horse and carriage for the opening of Parliament. This only happens once a year, and all of us were so excited to have this opportunity. This was a big deal. As always, for those of you […]

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Cabinet War Rooms

As we are slowly spiraling down to the end of our time in London, the last museum tour was in the Cabinet War Rooms in Westminster. This museum was the original Cabinet War Rooms. It was the wartime bunker that sheltered Churchill and his government during the Blitz. There was also a location of this building that […]

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Eye see, London.

We finally made it back to the London eye. But before I get there, I would like to say that my dear friend Brooke and I made the daring attempt to see the changing of the guards, for real this time. We were bummed to find out that they cancelled the ceremony last time we […]

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London through the Ages.

The Borough Market. I have heard nothing by incredible things about this place. Basically a farmers market with fresh fruit, bread, veggies, sea food, sandwiches, etc. The best part about the Borough Market is you can shop here for groceries for a decent price and you can sample and eat an assortment of foods! It […]

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Changing of the Plans.

One of the first things most tourists do when they arrive in London is to watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. This tradition of guard exchange in front of the Queen’s castle is always a great way to experience a little history. It has become such a huge place of interest that people […]

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A Day of Exploration!

We found Big Ben! A couple friends and I decided we would head out to the city to find all the “tourist” areas. We saw so many beautiful pieces of history today and I have more pictures than I could ever need. Fortunately for us, it was perfect weather and did not experience one drop […]

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Stonehenge Adventure

Welcome to Stonehenge, my friends. I have always wanted to make my way out to these incredible stones, and finally had the opportunity to do so today. For those of you who don’t know what Stonehenge is, they are these large stones that have stood tall on Salisbury Plain for over 4,000 years. There are […]

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