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Last of London

8:56:00 PM Andrea Ryan 2 Comments

Somerset House
St. Pancras Station
Neal's Yard
Primrose Hill
          Happy Thanksgiving!  I wanted to throw together a new blog post while I wait for the time to go Black Friday shopping.  These are the last few photos that I wanted to share from London.  They are pretty much all at different locations, so I will talk about each one individually.  
-We stopped by Somerset House because I've heard from other bloggers that the architecture is beautiful.  I totally agree.  The courtyard is such a nice spot.  
-I took this picture of St. Pancras when we got back from Paris.  It's so big and incredible.  I'm pretty sure that this is where Platform 9 3/4 is located.  We were inside the station and actually forgot to check it out.  I'm a little bummed but I know I'll go back someday.  
-Visiting Liberty London was at the top of my list.  I have been wanting to go for SO many years.  I love the floral prints that they create.  I'm a longtime fan of florals and they make some of the best.  The store itself is a dream.  It's so large, with so many treasures inside.  It kind of reminds me of if Anthropologie were a department store.  I bought a Christmas ornament from there.  
-We came across this little river area while we were walking around.  We were in search of crumpets and found a bakery that makes them and has the best salted caramel cake.  I can't remember the name of it but we were walking to a bus stop and found this river.  
-Visiting Neal's Yard was on my list purely because it looks so cool.  It's a little hidden shopping areas that has a bunch of colorful stores.  It's kind of hard to find because it's hidden in a courtyard, if I remember correctly.  
-We wanted to go to Primrose Hill because it has amazing views of the skyline.  It's not too big of a hill but just big enough.  It would be the perfect spot for a picnic if it were summer.  



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