Wales

Wales

This day started off with a long trip to the Roman Baths. Once in Bath, we made a quick stop, to see the Royal Crescent, a magnificent apartment building of 30 residences built in the mid-18th century. Without a long time to spend, we took a quick group picture in the...
Favorites: Bjorn

Favorites: Bjorn

The public transport system for any successful city should be centered around efficiency, and London’s underground, or “The Tube”, is a great example of smooth and effective transportation. Picture this: you’re an office worker in London. The bar across the street was...
Oxford

Oxford

Today was definitely one of my favorites so far this trip. We started the day with a nice late start with breakfast at 8:30, before heading to The Kilns. The Kilns is the name of C.S. Lewis’ house where he lived for much of his life. The house is known as “The Kilns”...
Canterbury, Cambridge, and Bletchley Park

Canterbury, Cambridge, and Bletchley Park

Sunday, March 31, 2019 This is our first day back in England after spending three nights in France. Our time in Bayuex was quite memorable. We all enjoyed our time at Mont-Saint-Michel, Omaha beach, Pointe du Hoc, and the American Cemetery at Normandy. We started out...
Mont Saint Michel and D-Day Sites

Mont Saint Michel and D-Day Sites

Friday March 29th Our third day in France and my favorite day here! We woke up and had some yummy croissants for breakfast and then we got on the road to Mont Saint Michel. Mont Saint Michel is an island city with an abbey at the top. The layout of the island...
Beaumont-Hamel, Rouen, and Bayeax

Beaumont-Hamel, Rouen, and Bayeax

March 29th, 2019 Over this 2019 UK trip we have traveled to many different places relevant to many cultures. On Thursday March 28 we started the day with a two-hour coach ride to visit a Newfoundland Memorial from WWI, where a fantastic Caribou monument stands, and...