We leave London tomorrow to make our next journey to Amsterdam, Netherlands. I have already learned so much from visiting the UK, from Salisbury to Stonehenge then St. Paul’s Cathedral to the anniversary and celebration of 60 years since the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The history of the beautiful London is so rich and it’s hiding . . .
Yesterday we had the chance to visit the Tate Modern Art Museum. It was very interesting to see how art has changed throughout the years. This piece is called Bust of a Woman by Pablo Picasso in 1944. His art has influenced the world and continues to do so. This was my favorite piece.
Took these pictures of the protest between the Israelis and the Palestinians today. The protest took place in the middle of Leicester Square, London and sparked off more tension between the two.
Upon seeing the Princess Di Memorial Fountain for the first time. (See blog post below.)
I got into a surreal moment when I got to see Stonehenge. Just to know that I was in the same place as these ancient monuments is beyond my mind. Something that ive noticed in London is how Princess Diana is not really an iconic figure here. I went to her memorial yesterday and was completely shocked to see how little and meaningless it was. I haven’t . . .
Was at the BBC Headquarters in London. Was very fortunate to meet a photojournalist and a reporter that work for Latin Americas BBC Mundo!!
Today was lovely, it’s been so dreary I was so excited to see the sun shine on this amazing city. It made everything even more beautiful and made visiting the National Art Gallery even more perfect. Walking out of the museum with the gleam and glow of the sunshine made me smile and enjoy the overflow of crowded people rushing by me. We’ve . . .
Meghann got a chance to “act” in a BBC radio show.
Ariana did a great job on her first time anchoring! This was Isaac’s second time — great practice since he will be a UCentral Media reporter in the fall.