LONDON TRAVEL GUIDE
What to See & Do
So I like to keep these travel guides short & sweet considering every time I look one up I feel like I have to scroll forever until they get to the point. All my travel guides that you find will be a short and sweet guide to my own personal experience and favourite things I did travelling. I hope you will love them as much as I do!
Tower of London Bridge
The Flower Market
The Globe Theatre
Dominoes Phone Booths
Walk along the River
The Shard (amazing views)
Museums (free in London)
Random Pillow Fight in The Park (always check local Facebook groups there is always something fun and random happening!)
When I asked all my friends for a great brunch spot, everyone responded Breakfast Club! Its the perfect little spot to have a hardy brunch and I recommend going early as there is always a line. Vegetarian Friendly!
This is a generic tourist type of restaurant but my love for Jamie Oliver is mad real. Food and pricing is actually good especially if you go for their lunch menu.
I cannot speak for the rest of the menu but we went purely for the Freakshakes (Freakishly Big Milkshakes!) This is definitely worth the Instagram photo but not advised for the lactose intolerant foodies out there. Also side note there usually isn't a line here if your not in the mood for waiting at Jenny Bakes.
A former fabric warehouse, serving old-style Thai cuisine & intriguing drinks. This spot was by far my favourite, everything the kitchen brought out was exceptional. More of a Tapas style, so try as much as you can with a friend. I highly recommend the nahm dtok pla thort!
My first night, I stayed at the modernly chic Citizen M: Tower of London Hotel.
This hotel, along with their staff was beyond amazing and offered everything that any travelling entrepreneur could dream of.
Read my post all about my stay here!
I don't know if this one will actually work out for you since Alice is weird about strangers but all means please try and ask her!!
A 95-storey skyscraper in Southwark with the most breathtaking views of London Bridge and all along the river.
They offer a wonderful high-tea and wide selection of refreshing cocktails.
Perfect for at any time of day.
155 metres up, the spectacular Sky Garden offers views across the capital and far beyond with a great cocktail menu.
(Book ahead of time) Perfect for at any time of day.
Bar-restaurant with weekend DJs, serving a Modern European menu and Sunday roasts.
Good sharing plates & strong drinks.
An intimate space for any music lover.
I went to an amazing Jazz show when I was in London here and I couldn't of had a better night!
A Chic club with stylish minimalist interior.
An intimate club with a stylish lounge area.
Hip hop and R&B Music.
By far one for the books! known as an explicit Cabaret style club, I like to define this one like a car accident..as you drive by, you cannot help but watch.
This club is by far the most taboo I have ever been too in my life. Although crazy, it was so much fun!! ..
I definitely left the club questioning what it was that I just saw. (Remember, there are no Pictures allowed)
Listen to my Europe Travel Playlist Here
A collection of songs that made my unforgettable moments that much sweeter. For The explorers, adventurers and dreamers. Those open to connection and the people around them. For those who truly crave an experience and live their lives in search for so much more..