Hello my lovely readers πŸ™‚ How’s everything going?

Today  I’ll continue to share with you my trip to London. This time I’ll show you Saint Paul Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, the tower of London, tower bridge…

Again I’ll pick it up where I left it. That same day after going to the Natural History Museum we went to Saint Paul Cathedral. I specially liked the inside of the cathedral, but sadly they didn’t allow visitors to take pictures. Then, crossing through the millennium bridge, we arrived to the City area. Since we arrived between 6 and 7 o’clock, all the pubs were full of people who have finished their working hours. Actually is in this area where I saw the most crowded pubs. I love the idea of going to the pubs with your colleges after work. Actually in the future I’d love to work in a computer science company in the city.

Next day we went to Buckingham palace to see the changing of the guard. Although I had been other four times to London I’ve never seen it before. After I went to St James’s Park which since it’s Spring it was full of  beautiful flowers.

That same day after lunch we decided to have some tea with scones, which is a typical English food. In this trip I tried eating some typical English meals like Sunday roast, Sausages with mashed potatoes and gravy, fish and chips, porridge for breakfast… I must say I was quite impress with how tasty they were.

After having our tea, we went to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. I’ve always found quite fascinating and scary the story of the Tower related to Henry the VIII.  This time I din’t go inside, but some other time I’d love to see the crown jewels. The second time I went to London with my mother we actually saw the tower bridge open, but I wasn’t lucky this time.

That day since it was Friday we went out to a club called “the roof gardens” in Kensington. Sadly I didn’t take any pictures, but it has a beautiful garden on the rooftop, with a similar style to the Alambra in Spain.

Have you ever been to the changing of the guard? What’s your favourite club in London?

xoxo Darly







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  2. Let me start off by saying that your coat and scarf are a beautiful combination. I’ve never been to London, but I’d love to visit in the next couple of years. I’ll have to go read your other posts, as this one is so lovely.

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  4. Wow…… Really impressed…… I love the image places am seeing….. Love to be in London soon… Thanks for this posts on ur blog…. I think I can partner with u.. to have some of this articles or lifestyle post of yours on my blog… Have a great day

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  5. I lived in London for about 3 months when I was studying abroad with my school in college. We went during the summer and although they say that it is really rainy…it rained like a handful of times when I was there! It was actually quite hot…but perfect weather.
    I love your pictures. Lucky you to have your own personal photographer with you to get such awesome shots of you in front of these national and beautiful monuments. I went to all of the places you described here and resided just across from Kensington Square Gardens. It was such a lovely trip, but i could honestly say ive never been happier to be back in the USA!
    Safe travels to you in the future.

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