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#1: Breakfast @ Duck & Waffle
Remember to reserve a spot on their website at least a month or two earlier. Request for a window seat, and you’ll love it. I usually suggest going early at 8.00 or 8.30 am. If your favourable time is full, try going at night after 11 pm or going in the morning before 6.30 am.
#2: Leadenhall Market
This place was used to film Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
#3: Tower of London & Tower Bridge
Tower of London has the best view of Tower Bridge. I have never visited Tower of London; maybe you could do so and let me know how is it. I love Tower Bridge. I like to get onto it and look down from glass floor. The view up there is magnificent.
#4: The Shard
It has London’s best view. Can’t deny it’s splendid up there that you could even have a view of the city while taking a dump and feel like the London is looking at you doing your business.
#5: Marble Arch
From London Bridge take westbound of Jubilee line to Bond Street Station, and you’ll arrive at Oxford Street. Walk west to see Marble Arch at the end of the street.
#6: Late lunch @ Burger & Lobster
Treat yourself to some fresh lobsters. I love to have my lobster steam to preserve its freshness, but a lot of people love it grill instead. Remember to make a reservation to avoid disappointment. They have a branch just around the corner of Bond Street Sation, you could find it easily.
#7: Oxford Street
From Marble Arch walk all the way back to where you came from and just along the street. Here you could find departmental stores like Selfridges and John Lewis, high street brands like Zara, Topshop, H&M.
#8: Fish & Chips @ Golden Union
It is located at Poland Street which is right opposite to Sports Direct. A large cod and chips cost £13.95, and you can share among two people.