What to see & What to do in London – St Paul’s Cathedral

Dressed into my full gear today ready for some long walk. I’m wearing a leather jacket from Maje but it’s sold out now unfortunately. Linked a couple of my new favourites above. Anyways, we started off early this day and walked along the River Thames, it is a river that flows through southern England. As you can see from the pictures, the weather wasn’t so great. It was mostly cloudy just like most days in London apparently. 
After a short walk, we arrived at the Big Ben which is the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. 
After a quick walk in the morning, we headed to the hop and off bus and got off at the St Paul’s Cathedral. The cathedral is one of the most famous touristy sights in London and the view on top was impeccable. At 365 feet high, it was the tallest building in London from 1710 to 1962. It’s dome is among the highest in the world. It was the extra bit that you need to climb after the centre part. Those bloody stairs… they were see through…
This picture might be a little hard to understand, but this was taken from the top of the dome down to the ground floor. After you have climbed all those stairs, they reward you with a badge, pretty cool 😉 I did the dome! 

That’s the view from the top of the church. Those stairs almost killed me but I guess it’s worth it.

After all the touristy things, we went back and got ready for our dinner. I didn’t bring any dresses to my Europe trip at all. Totally forgot about fine dining moments, so I wore this instead, what do you call this? My kind of smart casual. 😀

White Tee by Madewell // Cardigan by Vince ( sold out )  // Shorts by Equipment // Shoes by Chanel // Lindy 30 Bag by Hermes

Stay tuned for a detailed Gordon Ramsay Review in the next post! x

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