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This will be my list for my trip as I tour Iceland, Scotland, and head down to London. I hope you enjoy. It should be updated every time I am near wifi from June 5th-25th so please come back and check it out! thank you
Taste of London, London, EnglandTaste of LondonLondon, EnglandThis happens every year. We just accidently ran across it when we went to regents Park to see the rose gardens. Top: pinnaple ice cream with...The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandDesigned by Foster and Partners, the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court transformed the Museum’s inner courtyard into the largest covered public square...Science Museum, London, EnglandScience MuseumLondon, EnglandThe science museum contains rockets, a lunar landing shuttle, moon rocks, planes, cars, etc.Natural History Museum, London, EnglandNatural History MuseumLondon, EnglandYou should come to the Natural history museum as well. Similar to Chicago's natural history museum it has floors ranging from every rock you can...The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandThey even have statues from Rapa Nui.The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandThings like this I find the most interesting thing to see at museums. this is the FIRST stash of money. Meaning, it's the oldest stash of money...The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, EnglandThere is so much here. Just like all major museums you could spend hours here and not see it all. They specialize in Egyptian pieces, but also span...The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British MuseumLondon, Englandthis is the rosetta stone. I think it may be the linguist's holy grail. A single tablet transcribed in multiple languages.Buckingham Palace, London, EnglandBuckingham PalaceLondon, Englandthe changing of the guard only happens once a day, starting around 11:15. It is every other day in the spring, fall, and winter. If it rains it is...well, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandwellAberdeenshire, ScotlandWe got a little lost from Inverness to Edinburgh, but it turned out to be one of be best parts of the trip. It was very beautiful drive down this...Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandBraemar CastleAberdeenshire, ScotlandBraemar ends or begins the castles on this road. there are many along the road, but this one is one of the ones that guarded the north from the...Corgarff, ScotlandCorgarffScotlandCorgaraff castle. Doesn't look like much, but not all castles are as big as Edinburgh castle. The castle was built in the mid 16th century by the...well, Perth and Kinross, ScotlandwellPerth and Kinross, Scotlandyet another reason I think this road is well worth a drive.St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, ScotlandSt Giles' CathedralEdinburgh, ScotlandWe decided to walk around after going to the castle. Found this cathedral. It is absolutely stunning. the walk around it really makes you think...Halcyon Hotel, Edinburgh, ScotlandHalcyon HotelEdinburgh, ScotlandOur hotel, well more of a B&B, had a garden behind it. All of the hotels on this row back up to a private park and all have these private gardens....St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, ScotlandSt Giles' CathedralEdinburgh, Scotlandthis is inside of St Giles cathedral. Just a beautiful place to walk around. They even let you take photos in here, so no need to sneak them. :DHalcyon Hotel, Edinburgh, ScotlandHalcyon HotelEdinburgh, ScotlandSo our hotel didn't have a lift. Which was fine, except I had to carry a ton of luggage up these. Work out...done.Kensington Palace Gardens, London, EnglandKensington Palace GardensLondon, EnglandNow it is down to London and we start at Kensington Palace. The western side of Hyde park, more known for it's circular pool and speaking corner....Kensington Palace Gardens, London, EnglandKensington Palace GardensLondon, EnglandLooks like a great place!The Albert Memorial, London, EnglandThe Albert MemorialLondon, EnglandUnveiled in 1872, The Albert Memorial commemorates the death of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's husband, who died of typhoid fever at the age of...
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          1. > 1y
            Your Iceland pics have just been amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.
          2. > 1y
            Thanks! I am just glad you like them. I hope it inspires a trip.
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