Weekend in London: Part 2
Sunday was spent roaming around Shoreditch, absorbing all of the culture it had to offer. From the mouth-watering whiffs of Brick Lane's street food stalls, to an array of vintage gems, the hustle and bustle of the streets and the visually stunning graffiti that smothers the place, I was absolutely in my element as I got exploring. Prepare to be bombarded with some incredible pieces of art.
After a little vintage retail therapy, I grabbed some lunch and camped out in Pret-à-Manger awkwardly charging my phone and planning the rest of my day. With my suitcase and multiple shopping bags in hand, navigating my way across London wasn't the easiest of feats, but a good workout all the same! I decided to take a walk along the Southbank at dusk, which was incredibly lovely, thanks to the city lights and street music filling the air. A stop off in the Tate Modern saw for another art fix, before I began making my way towards London Waterloo.
I always tend to have a quick glance as opposed to a long drawn out look at the Tate, as I usually prefer the National Portrait Gallery exhibitions. Besides, carrying around a suitcase and multiple bags made the process a bit of a chore, but I captured a few of the pieces I liked anyhow. Southbank at night was the real beauty. With all the lights draped in the trees it definitely boasted a romantic, festive feeling. So I took a long, romantic walk with my suitcase to Waterloo station... Lol.