Foggy London Town

November is a rather grey time of year and when it’s foggy and rainy all I can think of doing is snoozing my alarm and cocooning myself in my duvet. However the other day I had a museum date so pulled myself away from my nest and headed into town.

November London Skyline

Costa Christmas Cups

Grabbing a morning pick me up we strolled from Waterloo in the drizzling rain to a childhood favourite of mine The British Museum.

London Skyline in NovemberThe British Museum

I spent many a happy day on school trips here being asked to draw the Rosetta Stone; which yes is impossible especially when you are only 10 years old.

UK Blogger at British Musuem

Jumper – H&M (similar)|Jeans – New Look|Coat – Jack Wills (similar)|Trainers – Pull and Bear|Bag – Accessorize (similar)|Scarf – Handmade|Glasses – Specsavers.

I’m quite happy to just nose around museums but special exhibitions are always a bonus and luckily we had tickets to The Celts Art and Identity exhibition – its quite a long one but well worth it if you’re interested about the ancestry of our country.

British Museum CeilingBritish Museum Totem Poles

It was a no photograph zone inside the exhibition but so worth it if you have an afternoon free.

Mummies at the British MuseumEgypt at the British MuseumStatues at the British Museum

We headed upstairs to have a little trip down memory lane in the Egypt exhibit, mummies are still weirdly interesting.

Le Pain CheeseboardLe Pain Southbank

Before heading off to my favourite Belgium restaurant Le Pain Quotidian where I treated myself to a cheeseboard.

London Graffiti11

@whatkatedidnext92

We bid the foggy city goodbye before heading home via some amazing street art.

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

Advertisements

One thought on “Foggy London Town

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s