Not exactly sure what or where this was, we had days where we just kept walking and walking, stopping only to take snapshots. After a while we realised no matter what direction we walked in we would always hit an Underground. It is true what they say; it’s not that easy to get lost in London.
Harrods! Frankly though I preferred the youthful vibe of Selfridges & Co. more, Harrods is still a worth a visit. If anything, they’ve got Laduree and Krispy Kreme concessions inside. And the best loos in town. And don’t forget to check out both their food halls. Not exactly cheap, but definitely different.
Bicester Village! If you are going there, make sure you grab lunch at Villandry. Joe (of 00o00 fame) recommended it to me, and now I am passing that recommendation along. It’s that good… Huge Mulberry and Burberry outlets too, with enough discounts to satisfy the most demanding. Love.
Liberty. I only had time to pop by on the last day, and boy is it pretty! They also had the Hermès + Liberty collection on sale then which was lovely. Behind Liberty is Carnaby Street. Worth the walk through to see another side of London.
Something else we stumbled on by chance was The National Gallery which houses over 2300 paintings from Western Europe. Saw Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers too. Nice…
If anyone wants to ask me anything regarding my trip to London, post your query in the comments section here and I will reply as soon and as best I can.
01. Bagaholicboy Muses #115 – London; Day 1 – 11 September 2009
02. Mulberry Daria Keyring – 12 September 2009
03. Bagaholicboy Muses #121 – London; Day 3 – 19 September 2009
04. Bagaholicboy Muses #123 – Homecoming… – 26 September 2009