Everyone is thinking about new resolutions for the upcoming year of 2011, and stating all that 2010 was about.
I skip all of that, as I think that one year only is not just 365 (366) days.
This time, I will not stay at home, alone; I’ll be travelling soon and keeping it simple as I’ve been doing so far. No rush, no further questions. I don’t know how it will be, but it doesn’t worry me at all. I’m hoping to enjoy those moments. All I can say is that it’s likely to keep myself near seaside: I love the seaside.
Kids, keep up the pace: keep yourselves together.
Going to London without going to Piccadilly Circus is (almost) a sin.
A going there and miss this caffé is sinning twice on the same trip!
This place as so many goodies, that it’s to cry for more everytime I go there!
It was very cold (in fact, snowing), and the sugar and hot chocolate kept me smiling. Check out: Caffé Concerto.
London, December, Snow. Three little magical words.
If you are travelling to London this month, you mustn’t miss the Winter Wonderland, on Hyde Park. Nearest Tube station: Hyde Park Corner.
You’ll sure find a lot of funny attractions over there – just like on a traditional fun fair, as well as food, drinks and a market.
I strongly recommend going there, even if just fr a walk, to feel the Winter and Christmas spirit while drinking some hot chocolate or mulled wine.
Check out all the information you may need on the official website.
There are many things I love about London. It’s neat and organized; civility is a constant and I can’t avoid going out for a walk on the streets and thinking how much I would love to bring that kind of education back to Portugal.
Also, it’s so very cultural that makes me stay there just for a little longer – or, in other words, makes me want to go back there still while on the plane back home.
I love my hometown, I surely do. But, perfectly it would have more about London: more culturally evolved (meaning a more open-minded awareness of society and being more contemporary, rather than sticking to mistakes and never moving on); uploading the offer to visitors and inhabitants (transportation is a bit expensive, when compared to other cities, even in Portugal; entrances to Museums are paid and what they offer may not be so valuable, etc); and, moreover, being more polite and civilized.
I still love my hometown.*