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The past 20 days were an absolutely amazing experience to say the least. My favorite part of traveling is by far trying the foods, and I would love to do 20 more days to other places if I could. I don't think that I would suggest doing 20 straight days though; I would suggest doing a week or 10 days at a time, because traveling can be stressful, tiring, and of course expensive. But I regret none of it - you cannot put a value on these experiences.
... the tour, we went to a section of Camden Market that we hadn't seen yesterday. Taylor and I love the whole idea, tourists and all. There we went shopping and grabbed dinner to eat in again. The rest of our night we spent watching part of the second Back To The Future, planning, and I did some sketching and writing. A short entry today, sorry about that! ...
... very good museum (Botero Museum).
We then flew to Barcelona where we met Tom's sister and her boyfriend Bradley. It was great to see them and spend some time in Barca. It was a great way of easing into Europe, getting used to the time difference and coming to terms that 9 months of freedom was soon to be swapped for rush hours on the tube.
After Barcelona, we spent a fantastic weekend in Berlin with Bearpit Karaoke in Mauerpark, some great museums around WW2 ...
... into our Contiki tour, we went to a little cafe down the street to grab lunch and a coffee to perk us up. We then ventured out to Oxford and Regent Street to check out the shops. While wandering around, we happened to stumble upon St. James Park and Buckingham Palace, as well as the Ritz hotel in Piccadilly. We walked around the side streets behind Regent, ...
... a capital city, London is a very big place. Choose accommodation which is near to the places you are likely to visit; this will cut out potentially risky travelling to far out areas of London. There is plenty of budget accommodation in all areas of London depending on the nature of your trip.
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