Just before the 2012 Olympics hit London and England pride goes wild, I quietly pack up and scoot out the door.
Ah, how I’ve enjoyed the luxury of public transportation at my fingertips, walking bustling streets, sights, sounds, and smells in every direction. Now to return home.
The most beautiful sights in the Lake District are untouched, boasting infinite simplicity.
As my 5 months in Europe, most specifically in England, dwindle down to the final few days, I decided it was most necessary to say a proper goodbye to my favorite part of the country. The bustling capitol is a big city with a homey feel. Each neighborhood is unique to the next and carries its own personality and character. From the punkish Camden town to the formal Westminster, I am truly going to miss every speck of it.
The following is a strand of pictures I took during my most recent trip to London, and probably my last for a few years, but I most definitely plan to return to these parts for a curious round two. Stay tuned :]
"Big Ben" clock tower in the parliament district. Westminster, London.
Peacefully strolling down the Thames river.