Which of course is subject to change in the event that I meet a hot Belgian heir to a chocolate factory, in which case I will not be coming home.
So here's how to read my schedule: The last day/first day of a place is the travel date. So for example, I am traveling from Stockholm to Copenhagen on May 19th, and from Paris to London on June 30th.
Leave: May 11
Sweden- Stockholm: May 12-19
Denmark- Copenhagen: May 19-24
Overnight train in a sleeper car!!: May 24
Austria- Vienna: May 25- June 1
Italy- Lake Como: June 1-5
Switzerland- Basel: June 5-9
France- Paris: June 9-30
UK- London: June 30-July 8
UK- Bath: July 8-13
UK- London: July 13-14
France- Paris: July 14-16
UK- Sheffield: July 16-20
- I'm using Sheffield as home base as it is in a good location for three historic houses that I want to visit, so I won't be spending any actual time in Sheffield itself.
UK- Kendal: July 20-25
UK- Edinburgh: July 25-29
UK- Glasgow: July 29-31
UK- Belfast: July 31- August 3
UK- Downhill Hostel: August 3-5
Republic of Ireland- Dublin: August 5-8
UK- Manchester: August 8-10
Leave: August 10
June 10th- My 22nd birthday!!
July 9th- Regency Ball in Bath!!
July 15- The Paris Opera Ballet!!