Yup, that new fancy looking building you’ll see in all recent London skyline pictures of late. But the views are great, and there are actually some bougie restaurants/bars located in there that are worth a drink.
The London Eye
Yeah, get on the Ferris wheel and see the city. To this day, it remains one of the best sights in London to view the whole city.
The once hipster capitol of London turned tourist destination. It’s still a pretty cool place to go and walk around. Plenty of food options and window shopping available.
Big park, not too different from Central Park. If you’re visiting in the fall/winter, you can see the Hyde Park Winter Wonderland, which is a theme park of sorts. The amount of people is…terrifying though so feel free to not go too.
I think I like Borough Market better than Camden Market to be entirely honest. It’s a little more low-key and less into itself than Camden Market. Plus it’s nest to one of the best pasta joints you’ll ever go to.
There’s usually something happening in Covent Garden. Aside from the shopping and general quaintness of the area, there’s some festival happening in the area.
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Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email Parks, bridges, books, there is plenty of everything in Portland. Between all the booze and food, here are some of my personal favorite sights in Portland. Powell’s City of Books This one probably isn’t much of a surprise. Powell’s is
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email I’m sitting on a bus up to NYC, swiping through various “Best of” lists, trying to plan my annual Thanksgiving trip abroad. It was late October, and all I had was a plane ticket to London; neither Steph nor I