Presentation on theme: "By Caleb McGinn. The London Eye Around 15-20 Pounds for a ticket. It was fun, but there are a lot of things you will be able to spend your money on so."— Presentation transcript:
The London Eye Around 15-20 Pounds for a ticket. It was fun, but there are a lot of things you will be able to spend your money on so choose wisely!
Ghost Tour This guy was supposed to give us a tour of a few pubs while telling ghost stories about the city. It was through one of the bus packages. It ended up lasting way too long and this guy was crazy!!! He was nice though….
Double Decker Bus in London These are a good way to be able to see the city without having to walk all over the place. You can get on and off as much as you want for a period of time.
K-Staters in Italy K-State students and one professor in the CIMBA program
Narrow Streets The streets are narrow all over Europe! In this picture, students from K-State, KU, and Oklahoma State
Random Group Picture This is us with some people we met on a bus tour of Pisa, Sienna, and a winery. Bus tours are awesome because you can hang out, enjoy the ride, and see multiple places in a day.
Cinque Terre You cannot go to Italy and not go here!
Street Musicians Everywhere! Make sure to tip them!
Statues in Florence Try and take as many pictures as you can of imitating statues…I strongly encourage it
The Vatican Make sure to book your tickets well in advance for a tour!
The Collesium In Rome…that’s not a cell phone, it’s a digital tour.
Running of the Bulls Pamplona, Spain: Suggestions if you are going to run. 1. Don’t tell your parents beforehand; they will worry immensely. 2. Read about the safe spots to be..its dangerous! 3. At least go for the festival. It’s 8 days long!!!
Running of the Bulls For a second, you thought this was real…that’s me in the red!
Barcelona Stop by Barcelona on the way back and see the Sagrada Familia, on of Seven Modern Wonders of the World.
Street Performers Please represent K-State well
Brighton England: Back in England again. This is by the Brighton Beach. I was 5 minutes late to my flight check in and missed the flight home. So…I stayed around for over a week, bought a guitar and played at a few places!
London The Bird’s Nest: My first ever show in London. The music scene is phenomenal there!
Subway London: This was my subway audience when someone asked me to play guitar on there. Subways are the best way to get around in London, and they are relatively cheap!
Time to go home London: I’m tired…I think this might have been one of the nights that I didn’t really sleep, but just went and waited at the airport instead. What an experience!