That first day I basically spent it SHOPPING like crazy.
Primark had a HUGE amount of Harry Potter goods and I almost died because I just knew I wouldn’t be able to take it all home! 🙁
5TH OF JUNE
During the morning, I decided to walk around the City and went to visit Westminster Cathedral that I hadn’t visited on my last visit. It’s by far the most beautiful church I’d ever been to! St Paul is amazing, but Westminster is just… I don’t know, I liked it more! They started playing a song right when I walked in and it definitely added up to the whole experience — the acoustics of the place are astounding!
Part of the reason why I like old churches and buildings are the things that happened there CENTURIES ago — weddings, coronations, in the case of the Abbey people buried that are SO old… to me it’s really extraordinary to think I’m stepping right where people from centuries past stepped on, had important conversations and celebrated at.
6TH OF JUNE
Despite spending there major part of my day, I still couldn’t make the best of it and I definitely need to go back some day to take a better look at the Roman Lighthouse and see for real the white cliffs!
Luckily, I was able to see the coast of france from the top, so that definitely adds up to the journey ♥ I was so lucky there were no clouds during that day!
7TH OF JUNE
Later in the evening I changed again, more formally this time, to have dinner at La Pont de la Tour which I highly recommend eating at and it’s not that expensive for the kind of place it is from the inside!