It’s been a while since I have done a travel post! Last time I was in London (it has already been a month), my bf and I visited Kew Gardens, which is basically a huge park, home to the world’s largest collection of living plants. Kew Gardens is situated next to the Thames, in the neighborhood of Richmond. You can go there by tube, taking either the District Line or London Overground.
While I was in London I attended Food Blogger Connect, the world’s leading international food blogging conference. I would rather describe it as a food festival where you can also learn something, conference sounds so boring!
A few weeks ago, I was in London with my mom for my graduation.
The ceremony was nice, a bit boring at times. I was really excited to be wearing a gown and hat for the first time (it is not common in Austria).
Kenwood House is another hidden gem in Hampstead, London. A stunning neoclassical villa, newly renovated that is now open to the public.
This was my second time visiting Kenwood House as I wanted to show it to my mom. And both times it was raining.. How else could it be in England?
The Shard is a skyscraper with an observation deck in London. With its 310 meters, it is currently the tallest building in the European Union. It is called the Shard because it looks like a shard of glass.
Today my boyfriend and I wanted to try a new food market in London and we had heard only good things about Broadway Market in Hackney. Broadway Market is actually not only a food market, you can find everything from olives to vintage clothing.