My last week was very active and full of adventures. My family came to London to visit me, and since my mom had never been to the city before, I had to play the guide and take them to the most touristy places. London Eye, the Elizabeth Tower, Tower Bridge, the Shard, the Borough Market, were all on our “To see” list, obviously. Well, the Borough Market isn’t really a top place in any touristic guides… not sure if you can find it in one at all, but it’s definitely one of my favourite places in town, and me being me, always excited like a child to show the people I love the places I find special, I couldn’t include it in our trip around London.
But Londres isn’t really England, I find it more like a multi-cultural center, a city of diversity, rather than tradition. Therefore when deciding the faith of my parent’s impression of the very hot at the moment Albion, the Cotswolds came to be the perfect destination.
It took one Rental car, two days of explorations, one night in a haunted hotel, and some delicious local food to make for one of the best travelling experiences we’ve ever had. Looking at the photos now, I realize that pictures simply can’t express the beauty you see with your own eyes. We visited a lot of cute little villages in the Cotswolds, Abingdon, Burton-on-The-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden, and many others. As I found it pretty hard to choose which village to visit, where to eat, what to see, from what was already on the Internet, I thought it would be nice to put together my little Cotswolds travel guide in the next few weeks. So make sure you don’t miss all my recommendations for the area in one of the next posts x