Finally, I am back from my summer holiday in United kingdom and recently Tokyo-Chiba. It's been a wonderful journey and I am ready to share those good memories with you! Here's my 1st Chapter of Summer in London.
The Saatchi Gallery: Exhibitionism The Rolling Stones
The interactive music exhibition on the creative life of Rock 'n' Roll legend "The Rolling Stones".
Hilights of this exhibition include recording studio with the band original instruments, interactive mixing desk, the band and their style/costumes revolution, T็he rolling stones iconic logo, amazing stage design, and experience 3D performance. Highly recommended for The Rolling Stones fans and music lovers!
Warning: No photography or video allowed in the exhibition
Address: Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London SW3 4RY, United Kingdom
Nearest subway station: Sloane Square
Date: Until September 4th, 2016 (limited season)
Operating hours: Monday to Sunday 10 am - 7.30 pm
Entrance fee: 25 GBP (Adults)
Colorful buildings in a small alley of Covent Garden, filled with cafes, restaurants, organic, health, and cosmetic stores.
It is another great photo spot in London.
Address: Monmouth street, London WC2, United Kingdom
Nearest subway station: Covent Garden (3-5 minutes walk from the station)
Spinns Tartan Shirt Dress / Vintage Rolling stones tee / Nastygal Skirt / Korean Fur Bag / Beret Hat / Adidas White Sneakers
You will see Hotel chocolat on the opposite side of Neal's yard
Here at Hotel Chocolat they bring together everything they do under one roof. From cocoa growing and chocolate making, to new cocoa-based drinks and food.
A chocolate lover's heaven.
Address: 4 Monmouth street, London WC2H 9HB, United Kingdom
Nearest subway station: Covent Garden
Operating hours: Monday to Friday 8 am - 8 pm, Saturday 10 am - 8 pm, and Sunday 12-7 pm
They melt their chocolate into organic milk. No power. No added sugar. Be sure to try their award winning classic chocolate drinks!
Stay tuned for the next chapter of Summer in London. Have a great day!
B' Style Voyage