Do you ever go somewhere and promise yourself you’ll be back soon? And then years go by and you never manage to get there? Me too. I went to Norfolk 10 years ago this month and swore I would return within a year. But life got in the way. A decade later, I’ve finally planned a trip with a friend and I’m excited to travel back to the North Sea coast for a girls’ weekend in Norfolk.
I love a good book. When I’m not traveling or exploring London, I can usually be found reading. And when I find something that allows me to combine the two, I get really excited. Which is why I want to share 9 places to travel in the UK where you can be inspired by some of the country’s most famous writers. If you’ve ever dreamed of going on a literary tour of England, Scotland, or Wales, this is a good place to start.
One of the things I love about walking around London is how many beautiful areas there are to explore. From colorful houses to historic details, there’s always something new to find. And in my wanderings I’ve discovered a lot of lovely places in the city. Today I want to share some of my favorites with you, so here’s A Lady in London’s guide to 17 of the prettiest London neighborhoods.
I haven’t left London in ages. Seven weeks to be exact. This is the longest I’ve spent in the city since I moved to the UK over a decade ago, and my inner travel blogger is getting itchy feet. Which is why I’m taking a day trip to Rochester in Kent. It’s close, easy to get to, and there are a lot of things to do in Rochester that I can’t wait to experience.