London Trip Just what it sounds like
The trip to London, England certainly wasn't just a typical vacation, it was my first time being out of the continent entirely. Naturally, one would take pictures upon pictures galore, because what else is there to do in such a grand city? If you didn't take pictures, you'd be wasting your trip. Pictures are timeless. You capture a moment and can relive it endlessly, just by taking a quick look. You might not remember your time, but you have the pictures to commemorate such times whenever you want.
You don't even need to get a car to travel the city. All you need is a pair of working feet and the subway, it can take you literally anywhere in the city. Just bring a map! That's about it, really. Take a map of the subway tunnels, get a card or a ticket, have enough pounds to get around, and have fun in the grand city of London!
The London Eye is one of the largest if not the largest ferris wheel in the world. It keeps moving constantly except for certain situations, and lights up brilliantly during the night. From the top, due to the way the capsule is shaped, you can easily get a full panorama of London, and the House of Parliament/Big Ben is right across the water from the Eye.
If you get the chance to, stop by the Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter. For any series-long fan, it's not something you want to miss. Everything from the original sets and props used to blueprints and diagrams of the buildings to concept art directly from artists that worked with the movies.
We went on past numerous other landmarks, like Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery, the British Museum, the Tower of London, Millennium Bridge, and Westminster Abbey (sadly wasn't allowed to take pictures inside, but the place looked amazing).