I was off to London for limited few days, spare of the moment, quick breathier. Occasionally it is the best thing for people. You need a transformation in scenery and atmosphere, if not you will drive yourself senseless!
One thing I love about London is a flash of independence, everyone is rushing around you, doing their own thing without a care in the world, You don’t feel alone as everyone else is sucked up in their own oriental bubble.
For bloggers getting away, it’s a great way to get some encouragement towards clothing, writing, travel writing and noting down some thrilling moments.
London in May is always greatest this time of year, the sun is streaming, people are out at Hype Park, festivals are on the go and people are sipping their Pims and lemonade while blasting their top charted tunes. As well as it isn’t as busy as it is during the summer.
Going to London there are always 5 things I always do! For one, Go to Kings Cross (Where my train enters from Edinburgh) and observe the Harry Potter section. As sad as that is. Every time I am back, the queue just gets extended!
Such stimulating and unusual group of individuals, when attending a rock concert, you get the same kind of foke. Ripped jeans, Messy hair, tattoos and mainstay! With the Harry potter scene there is no telling what is about to result from!
Check it out when you are next at Kings Cross.
They even have a Harry Potter shop! How cool, Right so putting my wand back, to the next one!
Where to begin with that, colors, consistency, Individuals, fine arts and food, there is just something about this place that is just like “Alice in wonderland” about it. Something from a Tim Burton movie.
It’s so effective, from going to small vintage and upper-class markets to London streets with irreplaceable pubs.
Rather a book and the exhilaration of turning over the page to see what is around the corner. Trust me it is something that is always buzzing,
Not to mention the entertainment of streetwalkers, always doing something extraordinary and unexpected, worrying that you walk past the act and they shout out at you, Although some may like that.
Also the crepe house! From strawberry to savoury make your own crepe for less than £5, it’s pink as well.
That is all! The place of creativity, craziness, food and markets! Never a dull moment, just off of the central line from the centre. You can’t go wrong; head towards Amy Winehouse’s home,30 Camden Square, London NW1 9XA, United Kingdom, to the cute ally for random bargains and tattoos.
The stable markets with the history of what lay there before is a site that will leave your mind wondering.
Aside from the Cupcake candy, David & Goliath is unique in that it has a tiny little store with fun and brightly colored monster tees.
I always buy something there, even if it eats up my lunch money! Store within the centre of the Garden Dome.
The famous wobbly bridge. Now, this is a vision. The bridge near Tate Museum, a walk away from London Waterloo station and the London eye.
Such an unusual bridge with its way of structure, and when it’s windy enough you can feel it move, Hint the name.
You can observe vistas of the Thames and people strolling by. Even in the rain, street performers perform, and the city’s fresh air and commotion are somewhat reassuring. Wait till boats pass, then raise your arm in a horn-blowing motion; they will respond.
It’s the little things that matter. In addition, several films, such as “What a Girl Wants” by Amanda Bynes and “Harry Potter,” have been filmed on the exact bridge.
It’s free and unique! Last but not least is returning to my former hometown of Weybridge, where I resided for five years and where I acquired and learned so much.
My initial position at Waitrose led to my acting and fashion studies at Brooklands College. Having met some amazing people who I am still friends with, I usually return without question; a small train ride down from Waterloo station is a great refresher as you move away from London. Entering Weybridge. With a single main street, local shops, and flashy costly automobiles.
An ideal destination for a holiday. Take pleasure in the country lane and drive around and away from the city shopping centres.
Beautiful churches and hiking trails through the woods. At this time of year, strolling along the Thames and stopping at the Swan Hotel or Weir for a pint in the sun while seeing the passing boats is a lovely activity.
WEST END SHOWS
On one other quick note, one thing I try to do when I am down is to see a Theater is just something I love and leave with a memory of excitement and craving!
The last show I watched was “the woman in black” which took place at Convent Garden Theater, a small and hunted venue.
Such a spine-chilling and incredible performance with only a box and a few props. The best thing to do is head to Leicester square when you arrive and check out the latest and cheapest performances on of that day! The last minute is sometimes the best, Hint is what I am doing at this moment.
Currently sitting in my wee corner, Music, food a wine watching the green fields and buildings slowly appearing as I enter England… Sit back and relax. Always something to do and never a dull moment!
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