The End of our Eurotrip Adventure

First trip to Europe was a success and great adventures were had. Explored a lot of things I never though I’d see in this decade and got to visit another Disneyland Park! Now I’m planning on going back already, the only thing that delayed me was the 7 or 8 hour journey! Now I know to just buy an inflatable seat cushion off Amazon next time and I’m good to go. Premium Economy is the way to go, first class for $6000 for only 7 hour flight just doesn’t make sense to me, but I understand if you got it, spend it. Let’s roll out.

Our noble steed back to London Heathrow from Paris, An Airbus A319. British Airways was legit, almost like Southwest Airlines hospitality.

The Paris airport was actually dope on the inside, this was like a kids room while waiting for the terminal. Totally rad! Rude gate agents and shitty incoming airport, but outgoing = legit.

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Eurotrip Day 6/7: Flight to Paris & Disneyland Paris!

So at the end of day 5 we flew British Airways to Paris to spend the next 3 days exploring Paris, Disneyland Paris, and to find some gluten free baguettes! It ended up being an awesome journey and even cooler place than I thought. Disneyland Paris has the top ranking of ride themes in my opinion so far. The food eh not so much. Check it out in the video vlog below! I’ll have to say it’s worth a visit to Disneyland Paris, not as magical as home base in Orlando but still, Paris has it’s charms. Also this video encompasses 2 days, since on the 29th we did the original Disneyland Paris Park, and then on the 30th we did the Studios Park which was eh, ok.

Eurotrip Day 5: London HSL Zoo

Can never go to a major place without visiting the Zoo, doh, we are professional Zoobyz.

My second International Zoo!

London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. In 1831 or 1832, the animals of the Tower of London menagerie were transferred to the zoo’s collection. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847. Today, it houses a collection of 673 species of animals, with 19,289 individuals, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom. The zoo is sometimes called Regent’s Zoo.

It is managed under the aegis of the Zoological Society of London (established in 1826), and is situated at the northern edge of Regent’s Park, on the boundary line between the City of Westminster and the borough of Camden (the Regent’s Canal runs through it). The Society also has a more spacious site at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire to which the larger animals such as elephants and rhinos have been moved. As well as being the first scientific zoo, ZSL London Zoo also opened the first reptile house (1849), first public aquarium (1853), first insect house (1881) and the first children’s zoo (1938).

ZSL receives no state funding and relies on ‘Fellows’ and ‘Friends’ memberships, entrance fees and sponsorship to generate income.

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Eurotrip Day 4: Harry Potter Studio Tour, London, United Kingdom!

Check out my video slide show of visiting Warner Bro Harry Potter Studio Tour in London! It was an amazing time, be sure to watch the films! I regret not watching them, however I recently finished watching all 8 of them and I saw stuff going “Hey! I saw that!”. Was a totally rad experience and worth it for any fans to check out. The butter beer wasn’t nearly as good as Orlando’s but it’s still tasty. Also the chocolate frog hot chocolate is some of the best liquid I’ve ever drunk. Watch it below! I figured it would be easier for video than a blog post.

 

Day 3 Cont: Exploring London, Fish & Chips, Fortnum & Mason & More!

So after the Tower of London I had this Fish & Chips place bookmarked for months before to check out, even though it was about an hour away we had to make it happen. Ended up in some random small side of town but Gluten Free people, we go the distance sometimes to have things we normally can’t. One of those is Fish & Chips! So here we go! Also, a lot of photos so check it out of our journey below!

Forgot the name already, but here we have a beautiful Fish & Chips Dish! I could eat this daily, people take for granted some of the most amazing things in life!

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Eurotrip Day 2: LeadenHall Market & Skygarden

This might be a posh shosh of 2 days not 100% sure, the Jet lag is real. We stayed at a hotel right next to the Tower of London, my first real castle and it was awesome! If your in London, be sure to check out the tower of London! Lot of photos incoming!

Our hotel was near some awesome sights within walking distance. We started to explore and I busted our TripAdvisor and we were trying to find the Leadenhall Market, off we go!

We found it! Even the little hitching posts had shields/crests on them, this was totally awesome. I was already in Love with London and all the history and the medieval feel to it, was so badass.

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