This was my first trip to London in the winter, and I didn’t expect it to be nearly as cold as New York City. Natalie and I found ourselves lounging in our massive hotel room most hours of the days, catching up on work and taking long baths that turned into cat naps, but we did find some time to gallop around town (quickly because one must move fast to keep warm). We were trying to make our way towards Somerset House, and kept getting sidetracked along the way by cute little side streets that tickled our British obsessed fancy. Endless rows of brick and colorful doors. We jumped into about a million coffee shops on our walk. Mostly to keep warm. But also to be inspired by decor. The British really have an exquisitely charming way to making a place feel homely. My favorite thing about London . . . the warm, cozy and dimly lit places made for endless ramblings over coffee. Or matcha lattes, which is what I asked for at high tea. That’s just about all I need these days. No matter where I’m at.
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