Hello! How are you guys? Can you believe it’s already Wednesday? I mean, thank goodness for Monday holidays!
This London post was SUPPOSED to go up last Friday, but as I mentioned, things have been quite nuts around here lately, so alas, here we are on Wednesday. Better late than never.
I took 1,389,457,343 photos in London, so in order to keep this post as concise as possible, we’re going to play a little game I saw on Tina’s blog: Three words per photo. Here we go!
Obsessed with Marks & Spencer.
Big Bus Tour!
Selfie on the bus!
Gorgeous London architecture.
Cocktails for lunch! (At Nopi)
Lunch at Nopi.
The famous Harrods!
Harrods Food Hall.
(Breaking from three words to just say that I was OBSESSED with the Food Hall. I would happily move in if they let me. Like in one of those food cases would be totally fine. Preferably the one with the pastries.)
Chocolate for days.
Trips on the Tube.
This little cottage.
(JK – that’s Westminster Abbey.)
Dinner at Gymkhana. (The BEST Indian food EVER.)
Naan for days! (Gymkhana)
A GoPro nerd!
Buckingham Palace Gardens.
Hello Mr. Guard!
(Obligatory) Buckingham Palace selfie!
Delicious brunch spread.
I spy a castle.
Dinner at Clos Maggiore.
(The most gorgeous restaurant setting I’ve ever seen / had the pleasure of dining in).
Heeeeeey Big Ben!
Bye, Kensington Hotel!
Landing in Los Angeles.
I was SO sad to leave London. The entire time I told Travis, “I am moving here. I am so moving here.” Hey, if it wasn’t ridiculously expensive and even farther away from my family, I’d at least think about it.
Have a great rest of your week friends! Only 2.5 more days until the weekend :)!
Dani @ Dani California Cooks
This post made me want to take a European vacation really badly! My family used to “swap” houses when I was younger, and we spent several long stays in London. I’ve never experienced London as an adult however! Your trip looks like a blast.
Dani that sounds SO cool! I’d love to do a house swap with someone. And you should definitely go back as an adult because I think you experience / appreciate things so differently.