This post has been delayed because I was awaiting my film to be developed at the lomography store. I was thrilled to receive it today. I traveled to London for three days and saw quite a bit of the city in a short amount of time. I arrived late Thursday night, and slept until Friday morning when I awoke for a meeting for the start up Spottinstyle. If you missed it, you can see the London street style photos in the previous post. I met the Spottinstyle team and we talked about the progress and next steps. That afternoon I walked down Bricklane in the Shoreditch area, a little hipster neighborhood where there are lots of vintage shops full of boots, beautiful jewelry, and fur coats. Later on I went to the Victoria and Albert art museum which I thoroughly enjoyed. I ate at a little Thai restaurant that night where they served our coconut curries in elevated golden bowls, with tea candles underneath to keep the food warm until the last bite. The following day I went on a royal walking tour which was quite cold because I was poorly prepared for the London weather. I saw the Big Ben, the Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and more! That afternoon I decided an indoor sightseeing would suit me better so I went to the Tate Modern museum. The art that I was most interested in was of course, Dalí. I was pleased to find looking out the balcony of the museum a Christmas market which I stopped by later. Though it was short I saw a lot of what the city had to offer, and was content with the trip.
xoxo Deena Danielle