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June 26, 2018

Sarah Randall

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I wanted to share just a few pictures from our quick girl’s trip to England at the beginning of the summer. Once again we were able to find some cheap flights with WOW air! We had a day layover in Iceland and then had a two hour flight to London. 

Little Paris

We stayed in a district in West London called South Kensington, sometimes referred to as “Little Paris.” This neighborhood of London has amazing international food, beautiful parks, and the impressive Natural History Museum (which, by the way, has free admission!) 

A local market for our daily breakfast.
Our flat for the week.
Natural History Museum

I highly recommend the Middle Eastern food in London- it’s out of this world!!! This was from a Labanese place we found in Little Paris. 

I always love a pretty post office.

Primrose Hill

This is the perfect spot to bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy the view of the London skyline at sunset. If you come in the summer, that can be as late as 10pm! From the hill, we took a walk around the nearby neighborhoods. 

Bus Tour

I know this is totally touristy, but it’s really an efficient way to see a ton of the city for a good price and without the stress of figuring out where to go to see everything! Here’s the link to buy tickets! Your bus ticket comes with lots of free walking tours as well. 

St. Paul’s Cathedral from 3 perspectives
London Eye
Hyde Park
Tower of London
flea markets
Covent Gardens is a beautiful shopping area to walk through…and a great place to find a cozy spot for afternoon tea!
founder of Sunday school


This was definitely a highlight! They say London has the best broadway in the world! We ate at a traditional English pub right near the theater and then saw Lion King!

lentil pie

Didn’t make it to the Downton Abbey castle or Harry Potter museum…next time! 😉


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