I’m 85% sure that London will be my “home” from May 31 to June 9th-ish!

I’m saving/begging/taking more financial aid to save enough money to go on a trip for college credit. I figure it can be viewed as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so I should take it. Right?

For those of you seasoned travelers, any tips? I’ve never left the country or even been on a plane, so I’m slightly nervous. Also, for those of you who have been to London, what are the “must sees?”

Definitely more to come…if it becomes a certainty that is.


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  1. This sounds great!! I’m so glad for you :o) Hope you get to go! I’m not a seasoned traveler at all, but I suggest starting the process of getting a passport ASAP–they can take a few months to get :o/

  2. That’s fantastic, congrats! 🙂 London is my favorite city, hope you’ll love it, too. You have to go to Charing Cross Rd (loads of bookstores), go see some West End shows, some fringe theatre. Then try the National Portrait Gallery, Portobello Rd, the parks, etc

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