London Bound!

We’re off to London for the weekend! We’re going for work, but hoping to get some play in there too! The forecast is showing 80 degrees and sunny, which I know is a real treat for the UK, so we’re super excited! I’d love any London suggestions you have – leave them in the comments! I’ll be back Monday. Have a great weekend!

25 thoughts on “London Bound!

  1. London is the best! I lived there for two years after college. If you make it to Notting Hill you must make it to Kitchen and Pantry to have a cup of coffee and Bumpkin for dinner – you wont be disappointed. Have fun! xoxo kendall

  2. If you happen to be in the area near the British Library, go!!! Near the entrance they have a big exhibit hall with all kinds of things… lyrics the Beatles scribbled down on plane napkins, the original manuscript for Alice in Wonderland complete with illustrations by Lewis Carroll, a copy of the Magna Carta, etc. It's free (as I recall), you could look through the collection in 30 minutes or less if you wanted (so not overwhelming), and just had some neat stuff. It was cool to see what lyrics or lines the authors were going to use and how they'd be scratched them out or changed to what we now know!

  3. Yipee! London- wow! you're going to have some fabulous memories, and I think living in amsterdam is not such a bad idea (travelling all the time? me to please).

    Hope you have a wonderful time and can't wait to see the pics you take.

    xo flor
    florecity.blogspot.com

  4. How lucky to catch London on an 80 degree weekend! I love the rose gardens in Regents Park, and wandering the streets of Marylebone, great boutiques, cute pubs, and a bit off the beaten path. Also, the White Horse off the Parson's Green tube stop is a great authentic pub for a sunday roast, and the food is actually great!

    Enjoy your weekend-love following your adventures! Would love it if you followed mine 😉

    c-in-nyc.blogspot.com

  5. The Real Greek is probably the best Greek food you'll ever have, and it is across the Thames from St. Pauls. Also right by the Globe if being a Groundling is on your bucket list :). Have a wonderful time!!

  6. Hummingbird bakery for cupcakes, snog for frozen yogurt, the orangery for high tea, wagamama for Asian fusion. Oxford circus for shopping!

  7. Sketch is a great place to stop by for tea and macaroons! I can highly recommend the hot chocolate – TO DIE FOR! And…not far from good shopping. Enjoy London!

  8. When I was studying abroad in London my two girlfriends and I would eat at Italia Bella. I later found out it was a chain, not an authentic English eatery. (Go figure! Way to kill a girls fun) I'll always remember eating at Bella indulging in wine, pasta, and friendship. Enjoy your stay 🙂

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