Big Ben
Adam and me in London

Hello! I recently visited London with Adam and I wanted to share a few moments with you. First of all isn't London amazing? It was our first e v e r visit to London and we had a fantastic time being tourists. Adam caught the "can we relocate there" bug, which i find tempting.

We made a list and ticked almost every box! To name a few things, Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, the Changing of the Guards, 10 downing street and China town. We also shopped in Liberty of London, M&M world, ate in a really cute cafes, my favourite was called Bella Maria and we also visited Battersea Dogs and Cats home. Not forgetting that we walked around St James Park a few times, feeding the ever so tame squirrels and birds. Adam really enjoyed seeing the parakeets and pelicans there. We walked everywhere which we enjoyed but our feet did not. Next time we visit, I've made a mental note to brave the underground!

Breakfast at Bella Maria Cafe
Tea and cake in another cafe (forgot the name!)
Liberty of London was heavenly
Whilst visiting Battersea Dogs and Cats home we met a handful of rescues that tugged our heart strings. A Jack Russell named Charlie and a deaf Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Scarlett were our favourites from the kennels (Scarlett has now been re-homed, YAY!). They both had lovely personalities, so much so that we actually walked round a couple of times. We also visited the cattery and fell in love with a Bengal cat who was later that day adopted! I was amazed at the facilities that Battersea have, every rescue has their own pen with plenty of space with toys and home comforts like cushions and blankets. We bought a few things from their shop and also stopped by their cafe.

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
Palace of Westminster
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace
China Town
Next time we visit we are going to travel via the underground, go on the London eye, visit the zoo and Hotel Chocolat (Rabot 1745) restaurant and see what the night life have to offer.

Have you been to London? What was your experience and can you recommend anything?

Amy Lou xoxo

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