Almost a month after my last post was written on my blog, here I am again, to share some of my London memories with you. As you might remember, it wasn’t the first time we visited London, since we visited it again back in 2012. As the second time around, and after 8 years had passed, we wanted to visit not only the places we had previously visited, but also some of the ones we didn’t have the time to visit back then. I’m only going to post a fraction of the photos I took while we were there, and that’s because I vlogged the whole experience and you can watch it in the video down below. The places I was the most excited about visiting, were definitely the Warner Bros Studio Tour aka the Harry Potter Studios, which I was dying to visit for many years now, but also, the Sky Garden, where you can see the city from the 35th floor. I’m going to be writing some more details under some of the photos so check those out as well.
These babies have been on my hands for a couple of weeks now, but I was too busy showing you my latest outfit posts, that I didn’t have the time to do a post about them. Now, that time has finally come and I’m happily presenting to you, the latest addition to my closet, my new Betty London low heeled ankle boots. I needed something with a low/mid heel for every day, and since that something wasn’t part of my closet already, I searched hard and found these ones. The site said to size down, but I didn’t because I was too afraid they’d be too small for my feet. Now I see they were right, but since I’ll be wearing them with thick socks all winter, I don’t mind. They’re not anything special, but what do you think?
Day 4 in London started with a subway ride to Buckingham palace. It was the worst day of all 4, weather-wise. It was raining, the wind was going crazy, my umbrella kept turning inside out, and I couldn’t take proper photos, something that spoiled my mood. We could have done many things that day, but it was impossible to go to Hyde Park, and other places as we had planned, so after taking some photos near Buckingham palace we headed to Oxford Street. No I didn’t shopped till I dropped as you would have imagined. On the contrary, I didn’t really shop much. But we’ll get to that.
Good morning to all my lovely readers, old and new! Today we continue the travel posts, with photos of my 3rd day in London. The 3rd day was even busier than Day 1 or even Day 2, which was quite busy as well, but I think it’s the one I enjoyed the most, since I had the chance to “feel” the city, like I was living there for a while. Neither the cold nor the rain, were able to stop us from seeing all these amazing sights and landmarks of London. Enjoy!
The second day in London was much busier for us than the first one. So busy, that it was very difficult for me to choose the photos for this post, and almost impossible to limit them down to a smaller number. So once again be prepared to see many photos from day 2 of my trip to London. There will be captions under the photos to explain what you’ll be looking at.
The second day included: Notting Hill (Portobello Road), Covent Garden, Leicester Square, and China town, with coffee and food breaks among them. I hope you enjoy looking at the photos we took.