Hi guys! For today’s post, I’m breaking down what I learned about packing during my two weeks in Europe! I’m showing you what I packed, what I regret packing, and what I wish I would have packed!
Hi all! Today I’ll be sharing the last chapter in my European travel diary: London. If you want to see what I did the week before while in Italy, check out my Rome travel diary here and my Florence travel diary here.
I am absolutely, completely in love with London. I can totally see myself living there one day, but if that doesn’t happen I definitely want to study there for at least a semester. I knew I was going to love it there; my favorite movies, vloggers, bloggers, and musicians all hail from across the pond, but in the end I really, really loved it there. You know the episode of Friends where they travel to London for Ross’s wedding and Joey drives Chandler crazy with his enthusiasm for London? Yeah, I was Joey on this trip. London, baby!
I spent six days in London, and worked hard to jam everything I wanted to do or see into those six days. One day I walked a total of ten miles, but in the end, the long days were so worth it. Keep reading as I break down my day by day London experience!
Ciao! Welcome to another chapter in my Travel Diary series. This post will be breaking down the two short days I spent in Florence. Sadly, it was actually closer to a day and a half since I didn’t arrive in Florence until Monday afternoon and left for London Wednesday morning. I will definitely be back to do more exploring later, but here’s the break down of my first time in Florence.
Ciao Bella! This week I returned home from my first ever European experience. I spent 14 days in the cities of Rome, Florence, and London. I was so nervous and spent the night before packing, wondering if I should just call the thing off because I couldn’t manage going to Europe alone. But, now that I’m back, I can honestly say I didn’t have enough time there!
This was the experience of a lifetime, and I completely fell in love with Europe. I don’t know when I will be back, but all I’ve done since landing is read travel blogs and make lists full of ideas for my next transatlantic experience.
Today’s post will be breaking down the six days I spent in Rome. This trip was apart of a two-week study abroad program for the Advertising department at my school. There were twelve girls along with two professors who had traveled to Europe countless times.
I just returned home from my two-week trip to Europe! My week started in Rome, then I spent two days in Florence, and a week in London. This was my first time in Europe, therefore no experience with transatlantic flights. However, I knew an awesome playlist is an essential to pass nine hours on a plane–I also recommend not forgetting your iPad full of games and a book, like I did.
Now I’m no music guru, but here’s a list of 30 songs I’ve been enjoying lately and listened through my long flight. It’s a good mix of some classic favorites of mine and current jams.