Eurotrip Day 2: LeadenHall Market & Skygarden

This might be a posh shosh of 2 days not 100% sure, the Jet lag is real. We stayed at a hotel right next to the Tower of London, my first real castle and it was awesome! If your in London, be sure to check out the tower of London! Lot of photos incoming!

Our hotel was near some awesome sights within walking distance. We started to explore and I busted our TripAdvisor and we were trying to find the Leadenhall Market, off we go!

We found it! Even the little hitching posts had shields/crests on them, this was totally awesome. I was already in Love with London and all the history and the medieval feel to it, was so badass.

Leadenhall Market is a covered market in London, located on Gracechurch Street but with vehicular access also available via Whittington Avenue to the north and Lime Street to the south and east, and additional pedestrian access via a number of narrow passageways.

It is one of the oldest markets in London, dating from the 14th century, and is located in the historic centre of the City of London financial district.

What a beaut! I can’t believe I didn’t realize the entrance to Diagon Alley was right next door (pics to come), Also part of it was used in the Harry Potter movies.

I could live here. This place was amazing.

That blue building is the entrance to Diagon Alley, ohhh my wheres Hagrid?!?!

This was called the Sky Garden, roof top views, super hot, sweaty place, but super busy. Couldn’t eat at any restaurant, or drink because was so busy. Also security was like getting into an airport to access this place.

Views of the Tower of London!

Such an amazing place to chill.

We finally found a cool spot called Alchemist or something? It had potions, magical elixir drinks, dry ice used, what a first day, excellent spot.

Had to stop by a grocery store. I was in amaze-land, everything was British, to cool! It’s the small things that make me go ape shit.

Headed back to Hotel passing all these cool ass buildings.

This awesome pub right near our hotel, but with Jet Lag and 24 hours of travel I was done.

Thank you for checking out Day 2, stay along for day 3, Tower of London!