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Destination Wanderlust: London


I was beyond excited to explore London for a few days last week; there’s nothing I love more than a new city to roam in search of coffee, markets, museums and cute shops. Here’s some things I learned in London: flat whites are far superior to lattes or cappuccinos, an ATM is called a “cash point”, cabs don’t take credit cards, the streets don’t always connect or lead where you think, post codes are really important, it will rain, and Shoreditch/Hackney is my ‘hood.

…sorry Chicago, London may have just a small bit of my heart now.

IMG_0281IMG_0275IMG_5953IMG_0257IMG_0074IMG_0125IMG_0288IMG_0173IMG_6051IMG_0046IMG_5893IMG_5837IMG_0044IMG_0140IMG_0061IMG_0283IMG_0050IMG_0307Places Photographed:

1. The Modern Pantry – 47-48 St John’s Square. Clerkenwell. London. EC1V 4JJ

2. Tate Modern – Bankside. London. SE1 9TG

3. Columbia Road Flower Market –  Columbia Rd. London. E2 7RG

4. Zetter Townhouse – 49-50 St John’s Square. London. EC1V 4JJ

5. The Ginger Pig, Borough Market – London Bridge. SE1 1TL

6. Royal Academy – Burlington House. Piccadilly. London W1J 0BD

7. Camden Market – Camden High St. London. NW1 8NH

8. Charles Dickens Museum – 48 Doughty St. London. WC1N 2LX

9. Southbank Arts Centre/Queen’s Walk – Belvedere Road. London. SE1 8XX

10. WilliamVintage – 2 Marylebone St. London. W1G 8JQ

11. The Hoxton Shoreditch – 81 Great Eastern St. London. EC2A 3HU

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