I've tried to do as much exploring of the city as I can manage around the studying and essays. One of my classes is mainly held outside of the classroom, so I've gotten to see a lot through that. With my classes I've been to the Museum of London, the Science Museum, the British Library to see the Propaganda exhibit, St. Paul's Cathedral, and toured the city of Greenwich.
View after climbing 259 stairs to get to the top of St. Paul's Cathedral
Millenium Bridge with St. Paul's in the distance
Took a boat under the Tower of London to get to Greenwich
The Painted Hall
View of Greenwich
Prime Meridian- half on the East, half on the West!
Outside of class, I've been to the Borough Markets (the best food around), Portobello Markets (antiques and handcrafts), Oxford Street/Soho, and Bath/Stonehenge. I also finally rented a Boris bike that I've been meaning to do for awhile now, which are located all around London. I mostly biked around Hyde Park and since it was a Sunday, I got to see the hype of Speakers' Corner. It was packed with people watching different speeches that were going on right next to each other.
Found the best sandwiches in the world at Borough market
Beautiful day for a bike ride
Fall Break is already here, so I'll be spending the next 10 days in Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris!