Here are the last pictures of England. I have to say England was a very nice place, it was a lot easier there because there was no language barrier. Everything looks old and historical, a lot older than anything we have here in the US. I kept thinking Harry Potter or something….I don’t know why? But it did sort of remind me of the setting of Harry Potter is some spots! Ha ha!
Someone commented on travel suggestions and traveling on a budget. BTW- Thank you all for your sweet comments on all the photos and our travel adventures! I have the best blog friends and I feel like I “know” you all….does that make me sound crazy?
Well, I don’t really have many suggestions. We did our trip on a tight budget. Our airfare was free because we used miles and we pay our bills that way. We never carry a balance over. We had free places to stay in England and Paris because Terence has cousins that live in both places right now. We were very fortunate in that regard. So all we really paid for on this trip was food and spending money.
It was go go go from the time we landed. We tried to fit in as much as possible in a short about of time. I would suggest getting public transportation tickets for the entire week and buying in advance because it’s cheaper and will save you money. You can ride the bus or train and it’s much cheaper than taking a taxi.
Also- Don’t eat meals by major tourist areas and landmarks. The food is higher because they know it’s where tourists are and they get hungry. Find places to eat off the grid and enjoy!
Okay now for part three of our adventures 🙂
This is where they brought all the prisoners in by boat from the river….
This home was built for entertainment purposes and the royals would come here on the weekends and party. It was very oriental inside with lots of dragons.