London Weekend

London Weekend

 

 So many things to do yet so little time to spend. My friends and I flew from LA to London to spend the long weekend there. I tried to see as much as I can in a short period. Most of them went to school in London, so they knew exactly where to go and what to do. One of the best ways to explore the city is to do the walking tour. We booked Sandemans Walking Tour , and we're able to see most of the famous city landmarks. We had a funny tour guide that would crack jokes here and there which made it more entertaining.   You will never run out of things to do in London. One of my favorites was Carnaby Street. It's a few minutes away from Oxford Circus and Picadilly Circus. It's a streetful of bars, restaurants, and cafe. We were able to get a reservation at Cahoots , it was an underground shelter during WWII and was converted to a bar. It kind of reminds me of speakeasy in New York. They had lovely drinks, and when I say lovely, they actually looked and tasted lovely. We ordered this drink called So many things to do yet so little time to spend. My friends and I flew from LA to London to spend the long weekend there. I tried to see as much as I can in a short period. Most of them went to school in London, so they knew exactly where to go and what to do. One of the best ways to explore the city is to do the walking tour. We booked Sandemans Walking Tour , and we’re able to see most of the famous city landmarks. We had a funny tour guide that would crack jokes here and there which made it more entertaining.   You will never run out of things to do in London. One of my favorites was Carnaby Street. It’s a few minutes away from Oxford Circus and Picadilly Circus. It’s a streetful of bars, restaurants, and cafe. We were able to get a reservation at Cahoots , it was an underground shelter during WWII and was converted to a bar. It kind of reminds me of speakeasy in New York. They had lovely drinks, and when I say lovely, they actually looked and tasted lovely. We ordered this drink called “Don’t be Punch” that was served in a fruit punch bowl. It was a mixture of gin, liqueur, honey, cinnamon etc. It tasted so refreshing that you’ll forget that it’s alcohol. This place is one of the highlights of my trip. I suggest you come here next time you’re in London. Just make sure to make reservations as they are always booked. Fashion Blogger Tips: Taking a picture with the Big Ben in the background is a must when you visit London, but it is so hard to squeeze through the crowd. I suggest you walk past the bridge towards those iconic phone booths and you will get a good background view of the Big Ben with less crowds.

 

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