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Amazing city of London! It’s really a special feeling to choose a park as a starting point for visiting London. St. James’s Park is a beautiful one where you can see different kinds of birds and squirrels going freely all around you as you weren’t there. Here are some photos of our trips we did from Oxford (an article about it is HERE) to the capital. We just loved it and found it much bigger than Paris is.

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The Westminster abbey

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  Impossible not to take some tourist photos 🙂

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It’s all about London calling!

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If you would love to visit St. Paul’s cathedral or Westminster abbey I recommend you to go during Even song (17h). You won’t pay 15 pounds (the price of the visit during the day) and you will have the great opportunity to listen to theirs amazing choirs.

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We were happy to discover Muriel’s kitchen, a cozy place to have a simple dinner. It’s a chain of restaurants you can find all around London.

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Royal Arcade

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No. 1 Sevile Row! Paradise for man!

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Onother chain of restaurants we were glad to try is Wagamama- Japanese restaurant+noodle bar=delicious Asiatic food prepared in European way. It’s modeled on the ramen bars which have been popular in Japan for many years. Big like for this one! Prices are cca. 10e for noodles.

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We ended our little trip with some delicious tea and pastries in legendary restaurant The Wolseley  on the famous Picadilly Street.

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  1. anniedm778 · · Reply

    Reblogged this on Serendipitous Cookery and commented:
    Visiting London? Cherry.blossom.lives has some great photos at her blog:

  2. Great photos. I found your site through a reblogging.

    Every time I’ve been to London I’ve brought heavy rains. Nice to see it less wet. 🙂

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