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If you’ve been following my blog for the last few weeks then you know I’ve been posting about my birthday trip to London. It was my first time abroad. I can only describe it as wanderlust inducing. I arrived back home with an insatiable thirst to continue travelling the world, seeing and being in new places, far away places.
Today’s post will wrap up my London series. Here you will see a few additional photos of specials moments and sights I saw first hand. Have you been to London? Share your favorite places to visit in the comments below.
Picking up right where we left off, our…
9th Stop: Gabriel’s Wharf
This was a great outdoor area with boutiques and eateries. You could find a huge variety of items here from salt scrubs and hand soups to winter hats and fasteners. It was super inviting and family friendly. I was able to snap a photo of some wall art I spotted next to one of the stores.
London. Sweet, polite London. You have stolen a piece of my heart. I dare say there is no way of getting it back. No way at all, ‘cept maybe going back and staying awhile.
The first thing I said when I arrived in Miami and walked off the plane was, “I’m getting back on… take me back, please!”
My London holiday was by far one of the best experiences of my life. I’m excited to finally share those special memories with you!
Over the next few weeks I will be taking you through my London and Ireland adventures. I hope you can all join me on this special journey. Continue reading
Recently I spent the weekend with a couple of my favorite gals celebrating 10 years of sisterhood. We chose St. Augustine for our quiet and relaxing weekend. In this post I will share a few of the things I loved.
Things I Loved
I bet you had no idea that St. Augustine could easily be considered a college town. Trust me I didn’t even know there was a college there. Flagler College to be exact. The coolest part is that the school was originally a hotel. It’s quite beautiful. Here’s a picture of the entrance with Mr. Flagler himself located on King St. between Sevilla St. and Cordova St.