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Eye on London: Bon voyage PopSyd

3 September 2014 By Sydney Adamson, Columnist One Comment

Hello again, TU. My name is Sydney Adamson and you might remember me from last year as your pop culture columnist, PopSyd.

But this semester I’ve decided to change things up; instead of writing about music, movies and TV, I will be writing about London.

That’s right, this semester while I study abroad in London, England, I will be your weekly study abroad columnist.

Each week I will fill you in on all the lovely things London has to offer. Not only that, but I will also be traveling to a few other European countries including France, Ireland and the Netherlands so I will certainly be writing about those as well. But it wouldn’t be right if I cut out all the pop culture content altogether, so I’ll be sneaking in some of that here and there, too.

Be prepared to hear about my experiences seeing Ed Sheeran live in one of London’s largest arenas, and even artists, such as The 1975 and Miranda Sings.

What will I be up to during my first week? Well, a walking tour of Kensington (the neighborhood I’ll be living in), a whirl around the London Eye, a welcome cruise on the River Thames and much more.

I’m leaving on Monday, which is just three short days away. That date has seemed so far away for so long that I truly can’t believe it’s almost here. Over the weekend I will be spending time with and saying goodbye to friends and family before I move on to more adventurous things.

I am so excited to see what the next few months will bring and words can’t describe how eager I am to embark on this journey.

I hope you’ll follow along with my adventures this semester as I keep an eye on London.

One Comment »

  • Lol said:

    Your columns still suck though.

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