Category: England

A Stone Cold Day

With my study abroad term quickly coming to an end, I’ve made up a list of places I wanted to re-visit in England. Since Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated in England, many cities started setting up their Christmas decorations and displays in mid-November. My flatmates helped me go through the towns I had visited since September and ...

And That’s a Wrap 

Well, if you say I have attachment issues because I love London so much and I am more than sad that I had to leave that place – that would be fair. I am finally back home after so long and I couldn’t be more excited to spend the next one month here but a ...

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Almost Touched the Clouds

This week’s blog is from WatchHouse Cafe at Convent Garden. Cafes will always be my favorite spot to work from at London because there are so many work friendly cafes around London that it motivates me to get my work done. Right now, I am sitting in front of this huge window which overlooks the ...

Walking Amongst the Oxonian Greats

Out of all the towns I’ve visited in England, my day trip to Oxford last weekend was definitely the most “quintessentially English”. I always imagined the prestigious university to be filled with archaic buildings, freshly manicured gardens, libraries filled with every book possible, and ancient history bursting from every street corner. Thanks to an amazing ...

A Scotland Reunion

When I found out that two of my closest friends at Drexel would be studying abroad in both Scotland and Spain at the same time I would be abroad in England, I was beyond ecstatic! The last time we were on campus together was pre-COVID, so spending a few days in Edinburgh last week with ...

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It’s So Close 

As I was sitting at Bafarat Cafe at Soho last day and getting my work done, I got a text from my sister asking me to look into flights for going back home. It’s at that point that hit me that I am here for only two more weeks. All these days I kept on ...

Traveling Through Bristol and Beyond

When I first began to research the different study abroad programs Drexel offered, I quickly realized that I wanted to attend a university located in a major city just like Philly. Traveling and sightseeing the country I’d be living in was also a goal I wanted to accomplish while abroad. That’s how I picked the ...

A Drexel Dragon Visits the Cardiff Dragon

Last Wednesday night I realized I hadn’t planned anything for the weekend and spontaneously decided to book a train ticket to Cardiff for Saturday. Cardiff is the capitol city of Wales, located in the Southern Coast of the country, and is only 45 minutes from Bristol. Like the rest of western England, a storm was ...

Being a Tourist at London

As I am sitting at the resort lounge and writing this blog, I am trying to comprehend all the things I have done this week which will always be an unforgettable memory for me. To start off, I have finally started to check off all the places on my list I wanted to visit in ...

A Brilliant and Beautiful Day in Bath

I looked forward to visiting Bath the most while in England. It’s a city known for it’s crescent rows of flats, stone buildings, and of course, the Roman-built baths. The city was just a quick bus ride from Bristol, and I did some research the night before on what I wanted to see. As soon ...