In case Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge ever wonders what it was like the day he was born, he need look no further than this little blog. The same day the future king of England was born, my mom and I headed to London for a tour of the city.
We got to celebrate Lena's second birthday a little early as my mom came to visit at the end of July. As is customary, she arrived with an entire suitcase full of gifts.
we made a trek to London for the full-blown tourist experience. We'd heard good things about the Original Red Bus Tour so we hopped on the tube and made our way to Trafalgar Square
The Bath Fashion Museum was founded by Doris Langley Moore and came to the Assembly Rooms in 1963. The exhibits are constantly changing but the goal is to collect and present pieces of fashion that possess both historical significance and style.
One of my pre-England wish list items was to visit Hillsong Church in London. Despite our best intentions, we just had never managed to make it there on a Sunday so we decided that we would go for their Easter service.
The weather has steadily stayed around freezing thus making it slightly miserable to be outdoors. Nevertheless, we decided to venture out last weekend to another National Trust site called Anglesey Abbey. The plan was to tour the house (an indoor activity) but we ended up taking a walk through the gardens first.