The three musketeers' London adventures ❤️

 Well hello to you my reader chums! 

London, the centre of England's hustle and bustle is one of my favourite locations to visit. Whether it's for a theatre trip, shopping day out or spot of sight seeing, there's nothing more thrilling than being in the depth of the city's excitement.

The weekend just gone, my best friends and I headed down to see some of their family members, joining in the adventure fun! From Oxford Street, the River Thames to St Paul's Cathedral, we spent the weekend having a ball, witnessing some of London's best sights.

Three musketeers London adventures
Me, Danielle and Chloe

Trafalgar Square London

Being the inner kids we are, when vising Trafalgar Square, we climbed onto the statue where the famous lions stood and posed for a picture!

Trafalgar Square London
Me and Danielle

Oxford Street London

Blue skies and spaced out fluffy clouds filled the air as we passed through Oxford Street. The shops, blaring with the latest tunes and festive vibes throughout brought all the excitement, ready for the heart-warming season.

Oxford Street London

We had a browse round a few shops on Oxford Street and went to dinner that evening in Frankie and Bennies (one of my favourite places), chatting along with a glass of wine.

Oxford Street London
Me and Chloe

Carousel rides at Embankment

After dinner, we headed to Embankment, letting our inner child out on the carousel and taking a walk along the River Thames. London looks even more striking at night with the glistening lights bouncing off the river waves. Big Ben stood out, shining over the surrounding buildings. Its incredible to witness the city's change in atmosphere from day to night as a wave of calm overtakes the usual ongoing loudness.

River Thames at night
River Thames and Big Ben

River Thames at night
Chloe, Danielle and I by the River Thames

Oxford Street London

The next day was packed with even more sightseeing, crepes and shopping! Sunday Funday definitely fulfilled its title with a whole load of laughs, great company and a stunning city.

St Pauls Cathedral
St Pauls Cathedral

I'm lucky to say I only live a few hours away from the city of London, a place a few years ago terrified me because of the packed tubes, crowds and loud noise, yet now has become a location I'm excited to see over again. The array of shops, fine dining and hecticness it brings, fills my heart with the rush it needs. Till next time London town - thank you for a grand few days with my best friends!

I hope you enjoyed this London insight. What's your favourite part of the city?

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