Happy Monday & happy October!!
This is my last London-specific post, can y’all believe it?! London was packed with so many fun adventures, and so I present to you my last photo diary. Heads up for a LOT of pink – I’m not sure why I visited so many places with a pink aesthetic (I’m definitely not complaining).
The Platform 9 and 3/4 at King’s Cross Station!
Beautiful houses in Notting Hill. My life flashed before my eyes on this day when I almost got hit by a motorcycle 😳
Farm Girl Cafe in Notting Hill – so basic, but so good! I’ll definitely be adding pomegranate seeds to my avo toast from now on!
Couldn’t say no to a photo opp in front of more adorable houses in Notting Hill!
Booked a reservation at Sketch! It was really stressful because if you cancel your reservation, you get charged 30 pounds. This dish alone was 18 pounds! Very unique though – orange and carrot sauce.
I recommend going during the day since the lighting is better, but it was still so! aesthetic!!
Y’all, the bathrooms. ‘Nough said.
DDF – daily dose of fro-yo.
The most stunning cafe I’ve ever been to! Peggy Porschen Cakes. The line was so long.
I hit up the Camden Market and stopped by the Pasta Hand Rolled tent. It was so freaking delicious.
The professionals over at F5 recommended Wolseley, a high tea place. I went with 5 other girls and it was simply amazing.
Some Harry Potter Studio Tour photos!
Aaand that’s it!! I hope you enjoyed following my journey in London – looking back at these photos have me feeling some type of way 😭
Look out for my general Europe wrap-up and reflection soon!
Thanks for reading,