Hi guys! Yesterday night I came back home from a 2 day trip to London. Friday morning I took the Eurostar from Brussels. It was the third time I visited the city, but I didn’t remember a lot from the first two trips because I was once ten and the other time eleven. But I still had those little cards from all the good restaurants and tea rooms. London is very big, so it’s hard to find the best places without some research before you leave. So, to spare you from all the hard work, I’ll show you where to shop and eat!
You’ll find all the shops in London if you know the streets you have to visit. If you take a cab to one street, you’ll find all the others because the shopping streets are all connected to one another.
There are a lot of places where you can eat in London, really, a lot. I’ll give you the addresses where I’ve been and that were really nice.
Al Duca one of the best Italian restaurants of London
4-5 Duke of York Street, London
Pix a cosy and really good tapas bar
63 Neal Street, London
Carlo Cicchetti a tapas restaurant with amazing Italian food
215 Piccadilly, London
Taro really good Japanese restaurant with very affordable prices
10 Old Compton Street, London
61 Brewer Street, London
There are a lot of fun places you can visit in London, here are a few spots you have to visit!
Twinings a small shop, but heaven for all tea drinkers!
216 Strand, London
Daunt Books a really beautiful, oldschool bookshop with lots and lots of books, the place to be if you love to read!
83-84Marylebone Road, London
61 Cheapside, City of London
193 Haverstock Hill, London
158-164 Fulham Road, London
112-114 Holland Park Avenue, London
51 South End Road, London
Another that is really fun to do in London is to go see a theatre or musical. In 2011 I went to see the musical ‘Billy Elliot’ and this time I saw the theatre ‘The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime’. I really loved it! If you are in London you should really go see one! I hope these addresses helped you out! Love, Elise