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#1: Breakfast @ Bill’s or Granger & Co
I have never been to any of them before. However, I have heard excellent reviews from my friends and YouTubers that I watched.
#2a: Changing of the Guards
You might not make it for the day before. So, you could slot it in right here.
#2b: Westminster Abbey
The church where Prince William and Kate Middleton got married. If you’re planning to visit, go earlier. I have heard people queueing up for more than an hour to get into the church.
#3: Lunch at Borough Market
Borough Market is one of the oldest markets in London. First, have a dozen of oyster from Richard Howard’s Oyster for the appetiser. Then, head next door to have a duck sandwich from Le Marche du Quartier. Walk into the market again, have a cup of fresh juice to rinse your pallet. Head to Greedy Goat Ice Cream to have their goat’s milk ice cream in any flavour you love. Chocolate is the best. On your way out, grab some fresh baked goods from Bread Ahead. They serve the best doughnut with custard.
#4: Shakespeare’s Globe, Tate Modern
From Borough Market, walk towards the Thames’ River and walk along Bankside all the way East and you will see Shakespeare’s Globe with Tate Modern right next to it.
#5: Millenium Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral
Right in front of Tate Modern, you could see Millenium Bridge leading all the way towards St Paul’s Cathedral on the other end.
#6: Covent Garden
Take a tube to Covent Garden for more high street shopping, street performances and FOOD.
#7: Dinner @ Shack Shake
YES. I’m suggesting to have the New York burger instead of anything else. Well, you can’t get them in most of the places around the world, and they are delicious burgers. You should give it a go if you have never tried any of them
OTHER OPTIONS: FLAT IRON or NANDO’S
If not head to Flat Iron for one of the best steaks in town or my one of favourite places in the world, Nando’s, for their peri-peri chicken.