There’s No Place Like London.

There’s no place like London. If you follow me on Instagram (@katelovesliterature), then you already know that I spent a few amazing days in London. 

I’ve been sharing snaps on my Instagram grid & I will be sharing snaps for a while because I fit so much into a few days. I saw so many things & I took loads of pictures that I am excited to share. 

From St. Paul’s to Big Ben, from the London Eye to Tower Bridge, from Fleet Street to Shakespeare’s Globe, I had a blast. It was an amazing trip. The weather was lovely, and it was so great to see so much life everywhere. Some of the buildings are absolutely stunning. I ate, I drank, I explored, and I went to the theatre. 

There is so much to do & see in London. It is such a bustling city, I’m already thinking about when I can go again because there are things that I still want to do. 

I think the highlight of my trip was going to see Matilda The Musical in the beautiful Cambridge Theatre. Stay tuned because I will be publishing a #theatretrip discussion all about this brilliant show. 

I’m sharing some snaps below as I did take many, many pictures.

*The pictures below are pictures that I took myself, on my own phone, and they may not be shared without my permission.*

St.Paul’s Cathedral.

St. Mary-le-Bow Church.

St. Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street.

This is the house at the end of the narrowest alley in Fleet Street, Hen & Chicken Court. This is supposedly the house of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, the real life Sweeney Todd.

Big Ben looking glorious in the sunshine.
The fabulous Cambridge Theatre.

The incredible Matilda stage.

Shakespeare’s Globe.

These are just a few of the pictures that I took. It was an amazing trip. Memories were made, and I loved every second.

If you’ve been, I’d love to hear where your favourite spot in London is & I can add it to my list for next time.

Kate xo.

One thought on “There’s No Place Like London.

  1. Didn’t get enough time in London when I went. Only because London wasn’t home base- Bristol was thanks to the adult choir at our church being in residence at Bristol Cathedral (we did day trips to places in and around Bristol). Outside of the choir, family and friends were allowed to join. In total, it was 72 pilgrims.

    London- well, just 4 and 1/2 days (glad my family went up two days early or else would have been 2 and 1/2 days): this was back in Summer 2015

    1. Platform 9 and 3/4- For some Harry Potter fun
    2. The West End- Les Mis at the Queen’s Theater (will always see it that way)- date with mom
    3. Windsor Castle- technically still counts
    4. Walking Tour of London- this time, could see Buckingham Palace
    5. Evensong at Westminster Abbey
    6. St. Paul’s Cathedral Eucharist
    7. Millennium Bridge
    8. Tower Bridge


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