Overview: London has it all. This city is bursting at the seams with history, culture, art, food, shopping–you name it. I, however, was there for a work trip, which took first priority. Second priority was seeing friends. And with what little time I had left, I skipped (most of) the main tourist sights for some … More 47. London, England, U.K.
Wales had always intrigued me for a number of reasons: the unpronounceable words, the sheep, and the green rolling hills that my parents have talked about since going there themselves a couple decades ago. So Ruth and I had planned to go for the day after our day in Bath, and she picked Rhossili as our … More 46. Rhossili, Wales, U.K.
The last time I went to Bath, I was 17, it was Christmas Day and we didn’t get off the bus. Everything in England was closed. Seriously, everything. They even managed to close Stonehenge, somehow. So when I went for a day before my work trip to London, everything was pretty new. I had a … More 45. Bath, England, U.K.
I’ve made it. I’m going to Europe, and someone else is paying for it. At the end of last week, I got the green light to go on my first international work trip, with a choice between London and Amsterdam. While I’ve been to London several times and I’ve somehow still never seen Amsterdam despite … More In the works: England