Weekend in London

It’s time for the next installment in the three day itinerary series! This time is my favorite place in the world: London.

It’s London baby! 
Day 1: Begin your morning early at St. Paul’s Cathedral! Head over to the Tower of London and see the Crown Jewels and the famous beheading site! Walk across the famous Tower Bridge, head into a pub and grab some lunch then tour the HMS Belfast. Then take in a performance at the Globe Theatre! Spring for a seat and a cushion. The penny seats may sound great but you really don’t want to stand the whole time. 
Day 2: Start your day at the British Museum and marvel at everything that museum holds! Take a stroll through Covent Garden and look through everything! That place holds so many hidden gems and grab lunch at a place that looks good! After lunch go let your food settle as you ride the London Eye! Then head on over the Thames and see Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the Churchill War Rooms! Tonight would be a perfect time to catch a show in the West End!
 
Day 3: Head on over to Trafalgar Square, see the monument, and the lions, and take a quick trip through the National Gallery! Walk down the Mall and be in place in front of Buckingham Palace at 11:30 to see the Changing of the Guard! Get lunch quickly and go on your tour of Buckingham Palace! Take a walk after the tour through Hyde Park and have tea at Harrods (make a reservation!). After your quintessential English experience go see the Victoria and Albert Museum. 
Extra Credit: 
– Tate Modern
– National History Museum
– Take a half day trip out to Hampton Court
– Kensington Palace
– Queen Mary’s Rose Garden
– Sherlock Holmes Museum
 
 I look damn sexy in that bowler hat

London! Someone take me back! I will have your babies marry you love you forever buy you a souvenir!

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  • Miss Glam Dan

    First, thank you so much for allowing me the privilege of sponsoring your fabulous blog this month!! I’m so very excited. :)

    London looks amazing. I’ve been dying to go, more so than just than having a layover in London Heathrow! I love that you broke it down into just three days!

    Danielle xx
    missglamdan.com

  • Megan

    I got to study abroad there last fall! It was absolutely amazing and I fell in love too! I wish I was back! Did you walk through Regent’s Park at all? I studied at the college there.

  • Katherine Nolden

    Oh dang girl you better go visit! Even if it is only just for a weekend!

  • Katherine Nolden

    Thanks Rachel!

  • Katherine Nolden

    Oh I loved Regent’s Park! It was great to people watch there!