November in London (part 2)

Here we are with the second part of the weekend in London post.
One of the things that I love most about London is that’s a city with a huge variety of people, just like those two I met in the tube: the first was a guy with a First World War uniform who was collecting donations for the Remembrance Day. I asked him if I could take a picture and he seemed so proud about of it. The second one was a woman with these amazing braided hairstyle. I’d love to take more pictures of people in London but I’m still too much shy to stop them and ask for pictures… I really have to improve this photographic skill in 2017.
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Yay! My girls in the tube.
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First time on the Tower Bridge – that was under renovation so I couldn’t take many pics.
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London seems to be in a neverending work in progress… Fascinating, isn’t it?
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The night’s approaching – and the fog as well. A lot of fog.
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Leadenhall Market, a super charming place where we took a lot of funny pictures.
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Virginia and Clo
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Clo and the Spoon
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My girls again!
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A lot of skyscrapers in the fog. This part of the city seems like a Blade Runner like location.
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Here we are side to Liverpool Street Station. I took a picture of this statued goat because I remember that the last time I was in London, after having dinner  in Brick Lane, we saw some drunk guys who were trying to climb that statue and a girl actually did it.
Nobody was trying to do the same this time, maybe because it was only 5pm in the afternoon.
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My super funny girls while we were having a break with tea, smoothies and a delicious cake in Spitalfields Market.
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The Oriole bar close to Barbican Center where we spent saturday night.
Actually I think that this is one of the most amazing – and expensive as well – bar I’ve ever been for a drink – or two.
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On sunday morning the sun was shining high and the sky was clear blue: amazing!
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Munswell Hill and Highgate in the morning light.
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Virginia and Simone are super romantic!
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More Highgate neighborood pictures: I absolutely loved this place!
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Hanging aroung
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Camden Town on sunday is absolutely crazy and crowded by tourists.
You can find The Mad Hatter and have a tea with him too!!!
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The thing I always like most in Camden are these crazy buildings. Freak, hippie and gothic… All together!
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A lot of people in Camden Town.
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And a lot of yummy food.
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The immortal Thin White Duke.
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Vintage, Antique and Flea Market in Camden.
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And finally, the golden hour. We were returning to Victoria Station to catch the train for the airport and we stopped close to Green Park to see this amazing light.
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One of my favorite pictures so far! Clo in backlight.
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Green Park at sundown.
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Last picture before getting our plane… See you soon London, and our Londoner friends!
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