It’s crazy to think that, it feels like it was just a day ago, when Lindsay and I arrived in London together. Then a blur, yesterday was our last full day in this beautiful city. With this being my second holiday here, I now honestly feel like I’ve done everything I wanted on my wishlist.
We’ve visited three museums: the Tate Modern, the V&A Museum, and the Natural History Museum. As a medical healthcare professional, I definitely recommend the Human Evolution exhibit in the Natural History Museum. If you’ll be in the area, from now until February 2018, the V&A Museum has a gorgeous Balanciaga exhibit. I’ve never seen better put together and well lit exhibition.
We’ve also stumbled upon a Peter Pilotto sample sale (see last post here), perused the Borough Market, had impromptu poetry written for us on the street, and saw Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
We’ve also had plenty of good food, like savory crepes for breakfast, and dinner outside, by a fire, along the River Thames. We’ve had gelato roses & octopus ravioli at Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, while being served by Jamie (a different Jamie). And lastly, we had one of the finest meals in our lives, 40 floors up, with a gorgeous view of the London’s city skyline at night, at the famous Duck & Waffle.
In retrospect, the first half of our adventure has turned out better than I could have imagined. With all we’ve done, will I be back? Of course I will! I’ll be damned if it’s the last time I eat at Duck & Waffle. Now, off to Scotland!