Ah I'm sorry for it being a while again until I posted. I made a vow (to myself) to not take long breaks in blogging, but at least my break wasn't as long as last time. I do have a genuine excuse for my absence though, it is pretty unbelievable but I was ill again. This winter hasn't been very kind to me at all. Firstly I got tonsilitis, then on wednesday I felt fine during the day and then during the evening I was struck down by some awful stomach bug. I am feeling better now though, so hopefully I wont get ill again this winter.
It felt like ages since I went to central London. With regards to shopping, I know a lot of visitors would like to visit places like Oxford Street, and maybe a lot of Londoners do as well, but it's generally a place I avoid at all costs especially over the christmas period. Also with being ill and everything, I've not really wanted to venture too far from home. On wednesday (before I got ill), I went to the Da Vinci exhibition in The National Gallery. I'm not the biggest appreciator of art. I know some people can spend hours looking at the same painting, appreciating it and dissecting its meaning, for me it's a minute glance before I move on to the next. That being said, the Da Vinci exhibition was really interesting, and there were some great paintings, so if you're in London I'd recommend it.
I took a few pictures of Trafalgar Square when I was in central London on wednesday. It has to be one of my most visited places, simply because it is so close to many of my favourite places.
Where is your favourite place to go to in your city?