London has got to be my favourite of the UK city breaks, despite it being rather "typical." I know there are so many beautiful places in the UK to visit and I do want to see more of my own country but London is the place I'm drawn back to time and time again, partly because of the amazing hotels and apartments the city offers, partly because of the beautiful food and partly because of the sheer amount of things to do there. Here's a little bit about how my dream trip to London would go!
WHERE I'D STAY
I've stayed in a number of different areas of London, both in budget hotels and the more luxury hotels but one place I'd love to stay is in one of the Urban Retreat Apartments. I mean, you can see how beautiful they are just by the photos of them but there might be one problem...I wouldn't want to leave! Wouldn't you love to live in a central London apartment like this? The Urban Retreat apartments are meant to be like a home away from home, allowing you to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city during the day and coming back to a tranquil, beautiful space to chill out and enjoy the peace. The apartments are located in Mayfair (wowwwww) and I mean, who wouldn't want this? I think it's every city lover's dream to stay somewhere like this and although I do usually go for the more budget hotels when I travel, my dream trip would definitely include these apartments. I want to feel like a celeb for the day!
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WHERE I'D EAT
It's no secret I'm a brunch lover (I will do anything for pancakes and I'm not joking at all) and of course, London is full of cute and quirky brunch cafes. The Breakfast Club is a personal favourite and I've been the last few times I've been in London but there are so many more I want to try. The Attendant is a super cool looking coffee house serving almond milk porridge, pastries and French toast and the interior is right up my street. 3 South Place also looks amazing, serving a bottomless brunch (omggggg) and they also do limitless cocktails for £15! Those are just two of the places I want to go in London as I'm sure everyone knows how many amazing places there are - if I lived in London I would spend 99.99995% of my money on food.
WHAT I'D DO
One of my favourite things about London is how much there is to do there. You can never run out! Obviously my dream London trip would include a trip to the theatre. Jess and I went to see Wicked back in June and it was bloody fantastic and although I have seen a few other London shows, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there are so many more I'd love to see. I obviously wanted tickets to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child but I just couldn't afford tickets (I seriously want to cry thinking about it) and the Lion King is another one I'd love to see.
Carrying on from Harry Potter, I'd love to go back to the Studio Tour. I went when it first opened but I'd love to go again as I know they've added a lot more since then and really, I would never get tired of looking at all things Harry Potter!
Also, this last one might be a bit extreme but I want to bungee jump from the London Bridge. I am a thrill seeker and after watching a few videos on YouTube, it's something I want to tick off my bucket list!
What would your dream London trip include?
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