I have three conclusions from it:
1. They save so much road space with double decker buses. Seriously, just think about it.
2. College means I can only afford to stare through the shop windows there and drool because #poor and the exchange rate is killer
3. The juxtaposition of this city is unreal.
Let's focus on number three, because it is what is draws me to this place (and Europe in general quite frankly).
|Swiss Reinsurance Tower. Totally fangirled hard over seeing this building because I definitely studied it last year in my interior design class. Dreams come true in London folks.|
|Shout out to all the "Knight's Tale" fans out there|
|Again with the juxtaposition.|
|Minister Court. Wicked combination of Gothic and Modern architecture so again, I was swooning.|
|Want a change in your life? Take a walk through London (and it's alleys).|
|Ancient jewish church with stunning new garden.|
|Lloyd's building; another fan favorite.|
London is a city where your imagination is free to go backwards or forwards, because here they are one in the same.
London is a city for anyone and anything and I am so happy I get to call it my home for this short time.
Love Always, Aimee
|The Heart of the City; the Roman looking building on the left is the Royal Exchange so yes, there were lots of classy business men walking the streets. It was pretty sweet.|