Hi friends! To take a little break from all the baby talk around here, I have an extra special guest post for you today.
As some of you may know, my parents recently moved back to Texas after living in London the past three years. Even before they moved there London was my favorite city I had visited. So you can imagine how thrilled I was to have an excuse to go back and visit (and have a free place to stay) once a year. Travis and I have so many fond memories of wandering the streets, checking out neighborhood pubs and gorgeous architecture.
We would love to call London home one day. So while we wait for our opportunity to move across the pond (can you still say that when you are in Australia?), I have some fun historic spots that anyone planning a visit needs to check out. Spoiler Alert my favorite is the pub at the end, no surprise considering I have expressed my love for the oldest wine bar in London, now we need to check out one of the oldest pubs! Don’t forget to share your favorite in the comments.
Three Must-Visit Historic London Buildings
The words “old” and “England” go together like peanut butter and jelly — or fish and chips, if you will. There are ancient castles, old houses, even Roman-era structures. Even if you just limit yourself to the London area, England is full of beautiful old buildings and structures. Here are some of our favorites.
Dr. Johnson’s House