The Big Ben, spectacular architecture.
This mini pond by Buckingham Palace was so simple yet so serene despite being surrounded by the plethora of tourists passing through.
Buckingham Palace, so grandiose.
Westminster Abbey wasn’t even on my top sights to see but I am really happy to have checked it out. So much history behind it and I really loved the ornate gold detailing.
The Tower of London, her majesty’s royal palace and fortress right by the River Thames in central London.
The line for the Crown Jewels appeared ridiculous but was totally worth it. The gems inside there are unreal. So massive and quite jaw dropping. I managed to sneak in a quick photo of the royal scepters and was yelled at 2 seconds later by a grumpy old woman…had to show you guys though, duh.
I didn’t get my photo with a soldier but this will do. He seemed too serious anyways. Hair flip.
Subway rides. Intercom lady was always reminding us to mind the gap. Stop bragging about your thigh gap woman.
The London Eye at night. As magical as Disneyland. Basically.
All you need is love.
Photo by Zhi Wei (@zzhiwei)
Bus ride from sightseeing to the Paul Smith show. I may or may not have done an outfit change in the back of this London double decker bus. You should probably add that to your bucket list. Checkkk.
PRINCE CONCERT. LIFE CHANGING.
All photos by Zhi Wei and I
Day 3 consisted of sightseeing, the Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood show and experiencing Prince perform at the Koko club. We saw Buckingham Palace, the Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Tower of London and the Crown Jewels. Overall a pretty event packed day. I love and miss you London.
Inspiration of the day:
“Here’s to freedom, cheers to art. Here’s to having an excellent adventure and may the stopping never start.”
“I wandered everywhere, through cities and countries wide. And everywhere I went, the world was on my side.”
“In wisdom gathered over time I have found that every experience is a form of exploration.”
Song of the day: “London Bridge” by Fergie-such a classic, I know.