London & The Nadler Kensington

It took about 2 hours to get to London from Paris. I arrived at St. Pancras station early in the morning and it was swarming with people. It took me about 30 minutes to figure out how to get to my hotel via the tube, which actually was not hard at all.

I took the tube to the Earls Court Station, which was very close to my hotel. My friend Daisy and I stayed at The Nadler Kensington which was amazing. We stayed in a very nice room that had luxury bunk beds, a kitchenette, and an awesome bathroom. It was very clean and perfect for a weekend in London. Our room even had a little patio that you could use, although it was pretty cold when we were in London. I didn’t take any pictures while I was at the hotel but I pulled some off of their website.


The neighborhood Kensington was very cute, too.


I HIGHLY recommend the hotel. It was very comfortable, clean, and pretty! My friend and I were joking that we wished our room back in Rome looked like our room in the Nadler. Once we got settled in, we set off on our British adventure.

First stop, The Big Ben and The London Eye. The line went pretty fast for the Eye and we got a great view of the city.


And, of course, I had to take the typical tourist picture in one of the red telephone booths…

london8My dress and jacket are from Zara. They currently have a similar jacket called the Biker Coat.

London has always been at the top of my list of places to visit and I was not disappointed. I absolutely loved the city and immediately wanted to move there. Later that night, we saw The Mousetrap at St. Martin’s Theater, which was the best play I have ever been to. The Mousetrap has been performed at St. Martins Theater since 1952. The acting was amazing! I would suggest getting tickets if you are ever in London.

It is very close to Leicester Square, which looked like a mini Times Square to me.


I was in London for 4 days, so I have plenty of advice on places you must go and restaurants you should try! Part II coming…

xo Kate

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