Bath – I can definitely say I fell in love with England while in Bath. Bath has a little something for everyone great shopping, food, culture, and history. It’s also the perfect base camp for visiting and exploring the City of Wells, the Cotswolds and the southwest coast of England.
Thermae Bath Spa – I witnessed one of the prettiest sunsets while relaxing in their open-air rooftop thermal pool.
The British Museum – If you love Greek and Egyptian antiquities, they have some of the best outside of Greece and Egypt. The British Museum is an amazing representation of ancient civilizations. If your goal is to see and marvel at the Rosetta Stone, beware – it’s like going to the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa. Wait for a clear view; it’s worth it! You should also know that it’s totally free, like many museums and galleries in London!
Good Eats – There are many outstanding restaurants and cocktail bars like Park Chinois, Hare & Hounds Gastropub Bath, Lanes of London, Dandelyan and Bar Boulud, to name a few.
Borough Market – Truly a foodies dream! There’s something interesting and amazing around every corner. I spent time indulging myself with fresh strawberries, oysters, cheese and Rosé.
Outdoor spaces – With so many parks in London, it’s understandable why the British love and enjoy the great outdoors. No matter what time of day, you will see Londoners relaxing, exercising, biking and picnicking throughout green spaces in the city. It was definitely a perk to take time out to smell the roses while roaming the parks of London.
“Travel is about letting go and opening yourself to possibilities you never saw coming.”