On this day I did what many have dreamed of doing since were little and burying our heads in the books or lining up outside movie theatres to see it on the big screen- I went to Hogwarts.
I really have nothing I can say to give it justice other than it.was.magical.
We saw everything that made this movies one of the favourite parts of my childhood. All I wanted was to be Hermoine Granger. HOW COOL would it be to play quidditch with your friends and study potions and spells. Every year my sister and I have a Harry Potter marathon at least twice, and I’ve read the entire series 3 times. In fact Kelsey and I downloaded all eight films to watch throughout Europe while we’re here. Okay OKAY fine, I’ll admit it… I’m watching the Philospher’s Stone as I type this. You could say that visiting the set of Harry Potter turned me into a really big fan girl.. and that doesn’t happen very often (unless of course we’re talking about a sunset…or Harry Potter)
That evening my family and I went to see Les Miserables at another of the theatres in Soho and it was breathtaking. I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a musical as much as this one. It was sad, and beautiful and everything in between. What a day to end our stay in London.