London

How I Moved to London From America
  I’ve talked about my journey of moving to London from America before, but I remember months and months of desperately Googling things like “how to move to the UK from America” and “how to move to London as an American” many times when I was first starting out. You…
Honest London Transport Museum Review
Check out this London Transport Museum Review for everything you need to know about this fantastic museum. Before you decide to be a Londoner, you have to prove you can do two things: complain about the weather, and complain about public transport. Whether your train was 3 minutes late or…
My Cookie Dough London Review
Read on for a review of My Cookie Dough in London. One of the things I like to eat most, which is probably shared by most of you, is raw cookie dough. There’s something about a cookie-not-cooked-yet that tastes amazing and kind of makes you feel like you’re being a…
Natural History Museum London Ice Skating Things to Do this Christmas
Over the years I’ve spent in London, I’ve taken part in quite a few different Christmas traditions. We’ve been to Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland, Christmas at Kew, and generally spent multiple hours fighting our way through horrendous crowds on Oxford Street to see the twinkling lights for about ten seconds…
The Best Castles To Visit on a Day Trip from London
Particularly for international travelers, one of the really cool things about visiting London is its proximity to wonderful castles. Around the world, England has a history closely associated with knights, castles, and the age of chivalry. And even though that chapter of history has been fictionalized to a great extent,…
Running the British 10K A Tale of Sweat and Kelly Clarkson
Last Sunday, on a very hot and very sunny day in central London, I saw the top London attractions in a way I had never seen them before: through drops of intense sweat and also maybe a couple tears. You see, the story starts a couple months ago when I…
4 London Areas that Appeal to Young Professionals
For 20-something professionals like myself who are trying to figure out where to live in London, there are a ton of things to consider. Hey, sidenote! If you’re traveling to the UK or live in the UK, whether for a short period of time or as an expat, why don’t…
Study Abroad at the University of Westminster
I’ve reviewed my past study abroad programs here and here. But I’ve yet to review the University of Westminster, the university I attended for my Master’s degree in Public Relations. A few study abroad programs offer semester partnerships with the University of Westminster, so you can still come even if…
Exploring Londons Borough Market
London is home to some amazing markets, but there is no better place to stuff your face with homemade deliciousness than Borough Market. Borough Market is open from Monday to Saturday, with limited stalls on a Monday and a Tuesday. It gets absolutely packed on a Friday and Saturday, and…
Is the London Eye Worth It
As the most popular tourist attraction in London, the London Eye is impossible to miss as you’re walking along the Thames. It was originally built in 2000 as the “Millennium Wheel,” though the Millennium is almost 20 years behind us now and it’s still slowly rotating over the river, steady…
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