Last week I spoke about how to visit London on a budget, now I want to talk about what I would do in London if money wasn’t an issue.
Every time I go to London, I feel like it’s a mad rush and I’m always carrying lots of luggage around with me. I tend to go overnight and morning checkouts mean I’m left with heavy bags for the rest of the day. This can be a right pain when you’re trying to jump on and off the underground!
I’d love to spend a bit longer in London so I didn’t feel so rushed and can really enjoy myself. Ideally, I’d like to stay in somewhere like Fraser Place Canary Wharf for a week or so. An ideal place if you’re wanting somewhere that isn’t just a bed and a bathroom so you had the option to eat in some nights. Plus there’s a gym!
I’d love to visit London Zoo again! We went on a really hot day around two years ago so I’d want a cooler day to explore the place feeling more comfortable. The tickets were expensive and the queues were long, but it was expensive!
I’ve never been on the London Eye, but that is something that’s on my list of things to do! I bet the views are amazing and I want one of those photos of me in the pod with a glass of prosecco and the views in the background.
London Dungeon is something I’d also like to visit – I am a big wimp but I also love being scared. I love watching scary movies, but grip tight onto my boyfriend’s leg, hid behind a pillow when a scary part comes up. They have a drop ride that looks a bit like a small version of Terror Tower in Disney. Get me on it!
I’d love to explore the Royal Palaces in London. The Tower of London, The Banqueting House and Kensington Palace all look like stunning places to visit!
Another thing I’d love to do in London is have afternoon tea somewhere. I’ve never had afternoon tea before, I must be the only British women in my 30’s who hasn’t had this experience!
I’m actually quite surprised how much I haven’t done! I’ve been to London about 6 times and there’s still lots to do!