A Royally Good Day Out

· Exploring the twin towns of Windsor and Eton · Have you ever been somewhere that completely overwhelms you with beauty and history? Windsor and Eton in Berkshire, England is one of those places. Straddling the River Thames, these two little towns are steeped in the history of England’s upper crust dating back to the 11th century when … More A Royally Good Day Out

Ye Olde England

· Enchanting scenes of England gone by · Tourists often stick to London when they visit England, but some of the most charming places in England are outside of the vibrant city. Don’t get me wrong, I love London. But it’s also absolutely worth venturing out to see all that England has to offer. Here, … More Ye Olde England

Chasing Sunsets

· Appreciating sunsets around the world, across the years · No matter how many times we see one, we can’t help but wonder at the beauty of sunsets. Maybe it’s because they’re all a little different and maybe it’s because we’re not always guaranteed one. Maybe it’s watching the colors shift and change in the … More Chasing Sunsets

Places of Fiction: Edward Rutherfurd’s London: The Novel

· Exploring the world through words · I know I’m not the first person to fall in love with London. The English city has been captivating people for over 2000 years and thanks to movies, TV shows, and books, there are some who fall in love with it without ever visiting. For those of us … More Places of Fiction: Edward Rutherfurd’s London: The Novel

Hamming It Up

· Exploring a National Trust property in Richmond · Down the Thames from central London, lies the lovely suburb of Richmond. Originally founded by Henry VII, the suburb features picturesque Georgian townhomes, a bustling town, and a sprawling historic deer park. Easily reached by Tube, Overground, or train, the historic little town is well worth a visit. And just down the river … More Hamming It Up

A Winter’s Tale

· Scenes of Cambridge in the winter · We’re lucky here in Cambridge that it’s started to warm up the past few days. With glorious sunshine and temperate temperatures, it’s easy to think we’ve made it to spring. Maybe we have, but we’re also aware that we’re only halfway through February. With random snow, hail, and cold rain storms common in March, … More A Winter’s Tale