My London to do list 2021/22

I have recently moved to West London (May 2021) to live with my partner Jez. As with almost every aspect of my life, I have a London to-do list. Things I would like to do in London within the next 12-18 months. A few years back I lived in North London briefly so I have experienced London living before, just in a different area and not as part of a relationship in the city. The first time living in London I didn’t actually do many (if any) of the tourist-y things. I am determined to change that this time around.

This post is going to initially look like a bare to-do list, but as I tick off the activities I will post info about each one. Maybe even doing a separate post about some of them too if it would take up too much space in this post.

London to do list – Foodie sites

Cat Cafes – Java Whiskers, Whiskers & Cream, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium

St Aymes Cafe

Gordan Ramsey’s restaurant/s

The Cauldron

Coppa Club

Coppa Club London

Markets – ‘cheesewick’, chiswick flower market, duckpond markets

London site seeing

London Eye

Tower of London

HMS Belfast

Kew Garden

The Shard

Thames river cruise

Sky Garden

Visit China Town, Kyoto Gardens and Little Venice

London to do list – Entertainment

Cursed Child and as many west end shows as I can afford!

Warner Bros Studio tour

London Dungeons

Shakespeare at the Globe

London Transport Museum

War of the Worlds immersive experience


Film inspired ‘attractions’

Harry Potter Walking tour

Leadenhall Market – Harry Potter (Diagon Alley film location)

Notting Hill Carnival

Rodeo Drive – Pretty Woman

Portebello Road – Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Baker Street – Sherlock

The longer I live in London, the more hidden gems I will discover and be able to pass on to you lovely dream believers. Do any of you also live in (or are familiar with) London? What hidden gems would you recommend?

I hope you are all having a fabulous day and are getting closer to living your dream life.

Keep believing.

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Rachel Parker

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