On Monday morning, Dean and I embarked on my first ever trip to London! I was pretty excited, although I wasn't looking forward to the hustle and bustle - especially on the tube! We took the train from Gillingham, Dorset, to London Waterloo, which cost us £53 each for a return ticket. We purchased our Oyster cards (£5 each) when we arrived, and topped them up. After a couple of tube journeys, we walked for about ten minutes to reach our hotel, so it was pretty central, Victoria station being the closest to us.
We popped into M&M World, and were left slightly confused and amused that people actually pay silly money to buy normal M&M's in different colours, or novelty M&M's merchandise. We at least expected to find some new, exciting varieties, but no. We headed back to our room quite early, as we were both really tired! We both slept well, but I was woken up by noisy pigeons a few times.
This was a really tiring day, as we walked for ages, popping in and out of different shops. We also visited Borough Market and each bought a chorizo sandwich from Brindisa, and were surprised to find no queue! Messy but delicious.
We went to Ed's Easy Diner for our evening meal, which was located within Victoria station, serving American-style food in a 1950's retro-style diner setting. We found it very similar to Johnny Rocket's. We both opted for a Deluxe Pulled Pork Dog, £11.35 each, which came with fries and coleslaw. We each had soft drinks, £2.75 each, which came with free refills. Much to my dismay, we didn't have dessert, but I did get a Creme Egg McFlurry from a nearby McDonald's instead!
New Look Crepe Blazer (similar)
George @ Asda Leggings
Next Nude Bow Flats (similar)
New Look Striped Willow Tote Bag
Natural History Museum Seahorse Scarf