It was a nice walk with lots of nice cars along the way, including one of my favourites..the Mercedes G
Having a mille-feuille at PAUL. I love their patisseries.
I stayed at a hotel close to Kings Cross station for a few nights. It's a great base for travelling all around the city.
I love AQ/AQ. I'm not sure if any of their clothes can be found here in Toronto, so I had to pay a visit to the store on Carnaby Street when I was in London. I bought a dress there (which I love - will post it in a future post!) then went to have lunch at Liberty.
Another few nights, my hotel was close to Victoria station and about a 15-min walk to Buckingham Palace. I walked there one night for some night photography, and went back again during the day so I could walk through St. James' Park too.
Another 15-min walk from Buckingham Palace you will reach Big Ben & The London Eye.
I flew to Paris for several days near the end of my trip, then flew back to London before coming back to Toronto the next morning. I didn't bother going back into the city for just one night, so I stayed at the airport/Yotel, - a nice little airport hotel. Their rooms are really cool. I booked it for half the night so I can take a quick nap and shower before catching my flight.
In the morning, I went for a quick breakfast at Cafe Rouge. Their pain perdu is delicious.
Then lunch at Oriel before going on my flight. I ate here a couple years ago too, when I was flying back home from London. Sat at almost the same spot.