The last 11 days for go to London…

All my life I am saying myself ” I am not lucky.” Actually This is not true. I am very lucky. Because I have everything. I have family, I have friend etc…. When  I was come back in Cambridge , I told myself ” I can not go to England. ” This is wrong. If you want to be real You can try everything. Believe me.

I’m going to London after 11 days.I’m so excited. My feeling is very mixed. Just think one month in London. When I think I am crazy.I want to do everything. I want to walk all street. I want to go to museum. I want to see all important places. I want to do a lot of things.

Actually I didn’t prepare anything. I know. I have to prepare my suitcase, my bags. Oh my goodness I have a lot of work. This weekend I’ll prepare my goods. When I prepare my bags, I’ll share picture. 🙂

I have to plan for London. When I’ll arrive to London, I’ll go everywhere. I have one month. I’ll come back to my country. Or I won’t come back to my country. I don’t know. It is too early to think about it.

If you want to advice important places or another things, I am here.

When I’ll go to London I’ll share a lot of picture. I’ll share where I’m going, etc….

I’m waiting your advice….

10 thoughts on “The last 11 days for go to London…

  1. Try going to Stratford (Olympic Park) and go up The Orbit. Great views of London on a clear day. No.25 bus, DLR or Tube will get you there. For a cheeky free view of London, try going to the reception on the 10th floor at Staybridge Suites Stratford.


  2. You are going to enjoy the city so so much! Go to Camdem Market and finish your day dancing around the corner Portobello Road is a good place to spend a Sunday morning, especially if you like to have a noisy around second hand stalls. The festival of love is on as well, And keep an eye on this website As for museums, I have not made it to the TATE yet, but everyone recommends it. THE MUST GO for me (and for you! 😉 maybe!) is the Photographer’s gallery. It is a short stroll away from oxford circus and it will take only about an hour of your time. The camera obscura on the first floor is amazing! It is down a small lane, so make sure you don’t walk past it 🙂 Also, try the private galleries, they usually showcase cutting edge, very contemporary art and entry is free. is another MUST! Go and see one of the events, it will be fun! And keep an eye here for feminist events in London 🙂 (and if you have a pound or two to spare, please support the kickstarter!)

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