Transport in Time with SAI
Bronte, London, Fall 2015
December 3, 2015

About a month ago the students of SAI London, including myself, traveled to beautiful cities in London known as Bath, Somerset, and Stonehenge. We were all excited to see what those places had to offer and what was on the itinerary.

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

The trip was jam packed with activities so I will just discuss a few, for instance, exploring the natural hot springs steeped in Roman history. Walking around the baths, I became fond of the history behind every new sight. A funny moment that happened when I was feeling the water was a security guard telling me that there were snails in the baths and how dirty the bath is now compared to back when people used them to bathe.

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

Next we visited the Fashion Museum and got a feel for how fashion has changed throughout the years and you could even try on some of the dresses.

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

We also went to the Victoria art museum which held a really diverse collection. We finished off that day with shopping and a nightlife experience at a bar called Be At One where we met a lovely old couple that had a great sense of humor and are full of life. The next day we went to Stonehenge, seeing it in person is breathtaking, and your view of it changes depending on the time of day. This was a marvelous trip!

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

Bronte K - London - Fall 15

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Bronte is a current student at San Francisco Art Institute studying at University of the Arts London during the Fall 2015 term.

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