Didn’t know what this is, so I give it a shot. Salmon Avocado Eggot – Fancy way to have my breakfast in London
Imperial War Museums, Churchill War Rooms
Got here at its opening time right after the guard change. Looks like the crowd hasn’t arrived just yet. Online tickets are sold out last time I checked. The museum is to commemorate Winston Churchill and the WWII. Churchill did most of his command at this location underground during the war, and as many of the settings are preserved after the wall, being in this museum is like being in that part of the history, feeling the intensity felt by everyone who worked and lived during the wartime. Access to all doors in one place. Being London means I get to have as many pies as I want! Covent Garden
Great place for tourists and locals. Lots of street performances and live singing. Can’t believe I missed this place before. There is also a flea market next to the garden, which makes this place perfect for shopaholics.
There is no way that I would not go to the British Museum.
The British Museum is by far my most favorite museum on the planet Earth. I thought I could see the Japanese temporary exhibits here, but the ticket is completely sold out for the day by the time I arrive.
Buzzfeed actually recommended something delicious!
A cream donut from Bread Ahead
Coming back to Covent Garden
Taking the 9 ¾ train to Hogwarts… just kidding. Heading up north by train for the first time to Scotland! If you buy directly with Virgin Trains, you get free wifi access code for the entire journey. (The wifi is very slow though. It’s almost unbearable. It might be even better to use personal hotspot off your phone.)