London Day Out

A change of scenery is always a good thing. Last weekend, I hopped on a train with my boyfriend ready for a day of adventure and exploring. It was really nice not having a plan and just going where our fancy took us.

Camden LondonCamden London | Brighton Girl Blog

Our first destination was Camden. We wandered throught the market and had a good old browse of the independent boutiques. I even managed to get my hand on a few of the Penguin Little Black Classics. If anyone else is struggling to find them in person, check out Books Iconica in Camden Lock Market. They also have a fab range of beautiful Penguin editions and bookish gifts for such a small space. It’s definitely worth a look!

Camden Lock | Brighton Girl Blog

By then it was time for churros and Pimms by the canal. After popping back on the tube and walking for a while we found ourselves at London Bridge and decided to jump aboard HMS Belfast. We both like a bit of WW2 history and I got to swoon over the 1950s typography which adorned multiple signs on the ship!

HMS Belfast | Brighton Girl BlogIce Cream in front of Tower Bridge | Brighton Girl Blog

I have an ever growing list of places to visit. The Sky Garden and the Audrey Hepburn exhibition at the NPG are ones that I’m keen to see soon. I’d love to hear of more recommendations and hidden gems you know about. See you again soon, London!

4 thoughts on “London Day Out

  1. Oh man, I would absolutely love to be able to just hop on a train and be in London! The life you have is so amazing! I really want to go to all of the wax museums in London and just wonder around looking for non touristy thing, looking for cute cafes is something I'd love to do if I ever get around to traveling to London.


  2. I love London but I think us West Sussex girls are all the same. You jump your train home and go wow, I couldn't do this every day!


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