Day 5 [British Museum, Covent Garden]
You can´t go to London, and not visit the spectacular British Museum. It amazes who ever sees it, not only by its building but the culture in contains inside its walls. Guarding almost every culture, and its more impressive pieces, the British Museum is made to last a lifetime.
Day 4 [Greenwich, Kensington, Soho]
What else is there to do a warm Sunday morning in London than to enjoy the beautiful parks it has all around the city.
As soon as we left the apartment we went to the nearest market and bought a healthy and simple breakfast to go (some peaches, Greek yogurt, and some chocolate vegan bars). We went to Greenwich Park, found an amazing bench overlooking the city and enjoyed our time there.
Day 3 [Greenwich, Marylebone, King Cross Station, Little Venice, SOHO]
My third day in London was nothing, if not exciting. Waking up early and enjoying the warm breeze weather that London had installed for us.
Day 2 [Shoreditch]
Often overlooked by the more classic travelers, Shoreditch, is a great up and coming neighborhood with plenty to offer. Doesn´t matter if you are looking to go shopping, stroll around in its markets, or simply enjoy the amazing street art, Shoreditch will always amaze you.
Day 1 [Notting Hill (Portobello St), Harrods, and Chelsea]
Once you have been to the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, and the rest of the tour bus sites, what else is there to do with exiting London.
I'm staying the next week in London and will post a daily schedule of amazing things to do away from all the “main tourist” places.