Hello Everyone! A year ago in June I went to London, England as a treat to myself for graduating college. It was my dream place to go, and I miss it everyday. If I could afford it/it wasn't so far away from my family I would be back and living there in a heartbeat. I absolutely love it and cannot wait to go back. I recently moved house and found my lost footage that I filmed. So I figured why not share it with all of you. I have included a few photos as well from the trip as well. The video will be at the end of this post if you would like to watch it now.
In the photos above you have The National Gallery, which was amazing to see and it was also free admission. Most galleries and museums are free admission in England which I think is amazing for tourists. The next photo is Westminster Abbey, I am a sucker for architecture as you can probably tell by all the photos of buildings but churches take the cake in this department in my opinion, it was absolutely stunning. The next photo I honestly haven't a clue what it is of. I took it mainly because I liked the look and feel. I believe this was on the way towards Big Ben and the Abbey from the Gallery. Lastly in this set is a close up of Tower Bridge, another brilliant piece of architecture and construction, it is featured in the video including some shots down below the bridge.
The first photo in this set is St. Pauls Cathedral, another breathtaking church. I was actually able to climb to the top of the tower, which was extremely terrifying for me since I am deathly afraid of heights, but I am definitely glad I made the climb. The second photo is from the Tower of London, which was one of my all time favourite places to visit. I have a huge obsession with the Tudor family and just to actually be able to see the places where they stood and experience the history was amazing. The third photo is an ornate decoration that adorns Buckingham Palace's gates, every little detail about the places I saw was amazing. I think England may be my favourite place for architecture. Lastly there is a picture of Door 4 at the Globe Theatre, as a young child I became obsessed with Shakespeare so although this was a complete replica of the actual building it was amazing to see. They have created the building exactly like it used to be, including the thatched roof.
Well that ends my little photos and descriptions. I didn't intend on writing that much but I got excited and rambled on a little... oh well. I hope you enjoyed this post. If you would like to watch the video you can click here:
Thank you for watching and reading!