Stonehenge has been on my to-visit list since my last trip to England so when my friend and I were visiting London, we decided to take a day trip. Since Stonehenge is almost 2 hours away from London and we don’t know how to drive on the other side of the road, we chose to go with a tour. My friend selected the Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath tour with Premium Tours.
After my first trip to Amsterdam last year, I knew I had to come back (and this time without the parents). It was most affordable to fly to Europe via WOW air so my boyfriend and I chose to have Amsterdam as the first city on our 3 week Europe trip.
Living in Northern California, Los Angeles is not new territory for me. Yet, I can’t wait to go back! Don’t get me wrong, the Bay Area is still far better than SoCal. But as a foodie, I do love trying new restaurants. And this time around, I found a few new favorites that might just be worth driving 6 hours on I-5 (and I hate I-5). I was sadly sick during this weekend so it was a struggle at times… but overall, it was a great way to spend the 4th of July weekend!
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, I took a quick Dart ride to Malahide to explore the small town and visit one of the oldest castles in Ireland. I wasn’t blown away by the town, but my experience at the castle was well worth the visit.
There is a calming charm to Copenhagen and for such a beautiful city, it’s not overly packed with tourists. This made it easy to explore the small city quickly because we didn’t waste any time in long lines. I was a bit surprised at how expensive everything in Copenhagen is, especially the food, but the beautiful attractions make it worth every penny.
I absolutely loved spending time in Amsterdam and its surrounding cities! I could wander along the Amsterdam canals for hours on end. I’ve heard a lot about Amsterdam, especially the Red Light District, but it’s something else to experience that area and the rest of the city altogether.