Ah, Belgravia. Where do I begin with such a beautiful London neighborhood? I’ve had an affinity for the area since I stayed here for a few weeks when I first moved to the UK. Over the years I’ve come to love it more as I’ve gotten to know it better. If you want to discover this part of the city, today I bring you a lovely guide to Belgravia, London.
When I think of the English countryside, my mind goes to the Cotswolds. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is so deserving of its designation it’s sometimes hard to believe it’s real. But I’ve traveled here enough to know it is, and in doing so I’ve discovered some particularly lovely places. Today I want to share some of my favorites with you, so read on for A Lady in London’s 13 pretty Cotswolds villages.
Lately a lot of people have been asking me how long to spend in London when they’re traveling. It’s a tough question to answer, not least because I’ve been here for over 10 years and I still feel like there’s more to see. But if you don’t have a decade to visit the city, you can still pack a lot in. Today I want to share my thoughts on how much time is a good amount.
When it comes to travel, I always take the places closest to home for granted. I’ve spent a lot of this year traveling long-haul, from Asia to Central America and the Caribbean. But sometimes it’s nice to be reminded that places nearer my shores are just as worthy of visiting. Today I’m getting that reminder as I start the first leg of my twin-city visit to Normandy in Caen.