After a very early start yesterday in order to fit in some life admin before work I found myself with some time to kill before my first meeting of the day. Luckily for me, the sun was (almost) shining and I was in one of my favourite parts of central London – the stretch from Trafalgar Square along Pall Mall to St James’s Palace.
As I had nothing but time on my hands I treated myself to the most leisurely of strolls and couldn’t help but stop and take a few photos on the way.
I love love love the diverse architecture in this city! Every magical era of history is captured in the facades that line the well-worn roads and it’s nearly impossible to pick a favourite.
Thankfully we don’t have to – we can love them all!
A round-up of my wanderings to help you through this Thursday, starting with Trafalgar Square.
St James’s Palace
St James’s Street
The Royal Academy
Fortnum and Mason (who knew these gorgeous wrought-iron gates existed? The benefits of going before they open!)
I couldn’t resist popping into Hatchard’s – one of my favourite London bookstores. I could happily browse these shelves until the end of time. Literally.
I love you, London!