One of the things I’ll miss most about London was all its free museums. There’s never a dull walk with all these places of things in such proximity to home.
I’ve mentioned the street art of Dublin before, but the city even encourage it to a certain level and that is really too cool.
Italian food isn’t really Irish, but it sure is tasty. First though, the Guinness Storehouse!
Fun fact: The most commonly asked about person at the Titanic Belfast is Celine Dion, simply for her iconic song in the movie Titanic (1997).
The thing about British museums is that many of them are packed with goodies to see and admire. One museum can easily fill up a day (or two!) so it’s no wonder that we took so long to finally check out the Victoria and Albert Museum. In the Victoria and Albert Museum (hereafter the V&A)…
Our last full day in Scotland began on a misty morn, at the top of a lighthouse in the city. And without fail, over the radio of a passing car below, we heard the unmistakable strains of a bagpipe singing goodbye.
One thing I like about Jack is that he has a habit of getting up early, but he’ll let me sleep in. After a chilling night of Doctor Who though, we both stayed up and then ended up sleeping in.
On the last morning of our stay in Edinburgh, Jack and I had one last delicious breakfast at Budget Backpackers… … and upon boarding the train to Glasgow, soon found ourselves in the UNESCO City of Music. As we were staying in a hotel this time (Glasgow is unfortunately lacking in hostels), we dropped off…
London has a plethora of free museums, and most of them take more than a day to explore. The Natural History Museum is one such place.
Contrary to some people’s popular opinion, the Oxford comma is not taught in English schools. Not at ours, anyway. The debate rages on, just like the rain that pelted down one Saturday afternoon as we explored London on our own.