What To See & Do
Our first day, we toured all around the vibrant, luxurious town of Notting Hill. Full of antique shops and vintage boutiques, the town of Notting Hill could not be cuter. The homes are beyond stunning and just so happen to be owned by some of the top celebrities and wealthiest people in the world, such as Madonna and David Beckham.
There are many different streets off of Portobello Road that are lined with colorful houses, like the street below, which is the most instagrammable street in London, so I, of course, took full advantage of the photo-op.
Harrods is the most amazing department store. From Gucci and Balmain to Louis Vuitton and Chanel, Harrods has every high-end fashion brand you can imagine.
London Eye is so so fun!!! It is definitely worth it if you are afraid of heights because you get the most incredible view of the city.
Stonehenge was incredible and beyond beautiful. The trip to Stonehenge by car is just under 2 hours, but it is definitely worth the trip!
Where To Eat
There is no better place to do afternoon tea than at Fortnum & Mason. It was the best experience of my life. Despite the endless variety of incredible selections of teas, each person is served their own four level plate of freshly-baked cakes, still-warm scones, and elegant sandwiches.
Located next to the London Bridge, Borough Market is the largest and oldest food market in London. The cutest market ever!!! Filled with a variety of foods from local shops. You must stop at Bread Ahead, where you will have the best cream-filled donut of your entire life.
Located in Notting Hill, Farm Girl is the cutest café, and the perfect brunch spot for a delicious, fresh meal.
Located in Convent Garden, Sushi Samba is the perfect spot for a delicious dinner and even a great spot for just cocktails!! The sushi was superb and the atmosphere is beyond anything I have ever experienced.