Introducing the London eBook + Giveaway(expired)!

Over the past few years many friends and family members have asked us to share advice and recommendations to help them plan their trip to London. Two, three, four pages of suggestions later – our content was overwhelming and exploded with excitement for our love of London. Because of this, we have decided to compile […]

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London Recap: Part Two

Hi everyone! Hope you had a great weekend. As I sit here and reminisce about my recent European travels, I feel so fortunate to have such good friends to have traveled with and great memories to look back on that I will cherish forever.

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London Recap: Part One

Last week, four of my friends and I ventured across the Atlantic Ocean to be reunited where we first met four years ago: London. This trip has been years in the making, ever since we said our goodbyes after studying abroad together for three months in the spectacular city of London. Although we were missing […]

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Eye on London: We’re Going to London

The time has finally come! After months of planning and anticipation, four friends and I are headed across the pond to London. In a few short days, we will be back in the same neighborhood we know and love, exploring and hitting the streets for more memories. Some of the things on my list that we […]

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Eye on London: The Spirit of the City

Every city has a spirit. The people, the pace, the smells and sounds of city life. You can feel its heartbeat the moment you reach the center of any city. But the spirit of each city is felt strongest in different places. In Washington D.C., you feel it while walking the National Mall or experiencing […]

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Eye on London: The Magic of Harrods

My first (and only) trip to Harrods was magical. It was a beautiful afternoon in London and my friends and I got dressed up to go explore the 5 acre famous department store in Kensington. Yes, that’s right. Harrods takes up a whopping 5 acres equaling up to a million square feet of space with […]

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Eye on London: Notting Hill

While I was studying abroad I had the opportunity to take a guided tour of a famous neighborhood in London, Notting Hill. If I was to live in London, I would most certainly consider living here! Notting Hill is an eclectic, yet peaceful, neighborhood full of beautiful streets, colorful well-kept rowhouses, one of London’s most famous […]

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Eye on London: Nights in Londontown

I will always remember nights out in London; they are special memories that I hold close. I remember spending hours at local pubs having a relaxed night and good conversations, dancing all night at clubs, or even enjoying a nice bottle of wine over a quiet dinner with a small group of friends. A few […]

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Eye on London: Banksy

“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” – Banksy Before I traveled to London I heard about the (in)famous Banksy, a British graffiti artist with an international following, known for stenciling satirical and somewhat controversial street art on walls, buildings, bridges, tunnels – or any city surface he comes across. His illusive character […]

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Eye on London: Best Day Trips

Day trips are one of the greatest pleasures of travel. They give you the chance to expand your trip without  having to spend money on finding a place to stay, and are one of the many benefits of visiting (or living in) a centralized location. London is one of those cities, and I have listed a few […]

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Eye on London: Views from the Top

I’m obsessed with skyline views. I’m not sure what sparked it but I just can’t get enough of them. Any chance I can get to see the world from above I jump on it. My most memorable skyline view of London was on the London Eye. The London Eye, for those of you who are […]

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Eye on London: Covent Garden

One of my favorite areas of London is Covent Garden, located in Central London within walking distance of Soho, the River Thames and Trafalgar Square. Covent Garden is composed of a large central indoor/outdoor market, side streets with shopping and restaurants, the Opera Quarter, St. Martin’s Courtyard, Neal’s Yard and Seven Dials. I remember first stumbling upon […]

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