Walking around London is so fun, especially because there are a lot of beautiful buildings and tourist attractions to see. We managed to walk around 21 km in one day and I only got 1 blister (it’s kinda ok, I guess). We arrived at 5am so we had the privilege of discovering the center of London with only a few people around. In front of Buckingham Palace were zero tourists and that felt really good, because the photos we made are tourist free and picture perfect. But I hope you enjoy them all !!! Kisses, C.
London by night, Hotel view
View from the Tower Bridge
The Gherkin (the bullet shaped building)
The Shard building and the City Hall building
The Tower Bridge
Tower of London
Harrods (luxury shopping center)
Green Park fields
Princess Diana Memorial
Hyde Park flora
Big Ben and in the background, Westminster Abbey
Big Ben close-ups
Near St. James Park
Buckingham Palace – details
The ferry boat journey from Dover to Calais .
Hope you liked them!
If you are interested, you can also check my blog posts about top party dresses for 2016 or top fashion trends for this summer.
Photo credit: Claudia Pop (me)
This weekend we decided to visit the lovely town Brugge that is famous for its Venice like streets and canals. It didn’t rain so we walked a couple of hours and just enjoyed the medieval atmosphere of this important tourist attraction from Belgium.
As always, scroll down for some of the best pictures we made.
Hello and welcome to my new neighborhood Wilrijk, in Antwerp.
When it’s sunny in Belgium, you can walk carefree and enjoy all the beautiful architecture. The green decor is stunning because it’s groomed with all the care and the respect it deserves.
So here are the pics. Hope you like them.
Hello, beautiful ones!
Yesterday was my birthday. I turned 26 and I received one of the best gifts ever: a road trip to Paris, France.
If you want to see the pics and my comments, please continue reading.
First of all, let me tell all about the crazy traffic in Paris… It’s craaazy! We went on a Thursday, so I’ve expected to be less crowded than the weekend but I was wrong. The Parisian people have a very frenetic way of driving, but surprisingly, they all go on their paths in a “chaotic order”.
You see on their streets a very large mix of colorful Smarts, Scooters, Vespas and Piaggios that fill the roads paved with one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen. You can tell that they had a lot of time perfecting this fashionable city in every way possible.
But with no further ado, let’s see the pics all ready! 🙂
After all the driving around, we finally arrived at our destination:
The impressive Eiffel Tower!
Last but not least, I’m thanking God that it was sunny in Paris and that I’ve got the most awesome friends in the world that wrote the most wonderful birthday wishes ever.
Photo credit: Me (taken with my Iphone 5s)