A WEEKEND IN LONDON

If you've read my BLOGOSPHERE EVENT post, you'll know I spent the first weekend of November in London! One of my favourite places. As well as going to the event we also managed to squish in a few other things over the short time we were actually there, so I thought I'd share a few pictures.


After arriving on the Friday and getting settled into our hotel, we went for an Italian (my all time favourite) and then went to see Wicked! I'd seen Wicked once before and loved it, we just had to take advantage of the fact it was showing on the Friday. It was even better the second time.


On Saturday morning we headed over to Camden Market, which was a nice treat for me and my camera. I got VERY snap-happy, unfortunately due to the naturally fast-paced London atmosphere, most of the photos didn't turn out so good.


We opted for Chinese for breakfast, of course. I made the foolish mistake of getting a large box. I ate approximately three bites before deciding I was full and giving up - I also didn't eat for the rest of the day so I'm not sure the Camden Market food agrees with me. The waffles looked damn good though!


Whilst in the Market I also picked up the cutest Game of Thrones t-shirt and a little elephant bracelet! Big up to my mum for buying these for me, my saviour when I had no cash on me.


On the Sunday morning we hauled our suitcases and bags over to Kensington Palace - another place which made my camera very happy. I can honestly say this is one of the prettiest places I have ever seen, I am desperate to live near Kensington Park so I can spend all my time there.


Did I mention the leaves? They have the crunchiest, most aesthetically pleasing leaves I've ever had the pleasure of standing on. You don't get much more Autumnal than that.


The trip was short but sweet - a trip to London never fails to make me happy. The pulled muscles in my back disagree.

What do you like to do in London?

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