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Shoreditch Grind, London, EnglandShoreditch GrindLondon, EnglandThe quintessential Shoreditch breakfast of smashed avo and poached eggs on Sourdough, accompanied by a flat white. Shoreditch Grind is my “goto”...Piccadily London, London, EnglandPiccadily LondonLondon, EnglandWhere else would you get to see this magnificent architecture ?#merchBath, EnglandBathEnglandEven on a gray day the light-yellow buildings of Bath can almost glow. Enjoy a walk along the River Avon and explore the Pulteney Bridge around...Berners Tavern, London, EnglandBerners TavernLondon, EnglandSuper cool dinner spot in London. Amazing food, it’s up to you to bring the company! #london #food #lifeatexpedia #merchStonehenge, Wiltshire, EnglandStonehengeWiltshire, EnglandNot pictured: the icy wind causing my face to feel numb! I would still recommend walking to Stonehenge from the visitor center, rather than pay for...God&#39;s Own Junkyard, London, EnglandGod&#39;s Own JunkyardLondon, EnglandGod’s Own Junkyard is a paradise for lovers of neon signs (or those looking for the perfect Instagram selfie props). It’s located in a warehouse,...56 St James, London, England56 St JamesLondon, EnglandWalthamstow is known for hipster cafes and cool vintage stores, but if you&#39;re here for the first time you might wonder if you&#39;re in the right area....Berkeley Square, London, EnglandBerkeley SquareLondon, EnglandThis bird was lit up at night during Lumiere 2018, a 4-day long festival in London during which you’ll find all sorts of light art throughout the...Westminster Abbey, London, EnglandWestminster AbbeyLondon, EnglandWestminster Abbey got the Disney treatment during the Lumiere Festival in London. Lots of buildings are lit up and throughout the city center...Katsute 100, London, EnglandKatsute 100London, EnglandGreat new-ish Japanese tea place in Angel, with a large selection of hot and cold teas as well as some cakes and sweets. The thing that made me a...Foxlow Clerkenwell, London, EnglandFoxlow ClerkenwellLondon, EnglandThis is one of Foxlow’s restaurant (the other one is in Soho) and it’s all about meat: they serve great sirloin steaks and flat irons. There are...Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden, Kenilworth, EnglandKenilworth Castle and Elizabethan GardenKenilworth, EnglandEscaping London is always nice, especially on a clear autumn day! Kenilworth is a small town close to Coventry, and famous for (the remains of) its...Henley-on-Thames, EnglandHenley-on-ThamesEnglandA cold and crisp autumn day in the English countryside! Henley is small but famous for its regattas and other water races. Some mulled wine from...Central Saint Martins, London, EnglandCentral Saint MartinsLondon, EnglandChristmas-time sculpture at the fountains in front of Central Saint Martins University of the Arts. Art installations and decor change there all...The Graffiti Tunnel, London, EnglandThe Graffiti TunnelLondon, EnglandLeake Street Tunnel under Waterloo Station is a flooded with street art. <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f60d.png' > #markettrove #lifeatexpedia #merchStatue of William IV, London, EnglandStatue of William IVLondon, EnglandWilliam IV greets you as soon as you enter Greenwich Park, a little further you&#39;ll find the famous ship in a bottle. Greenwich Park is quite busy...Tower Bridge, Greater London, EnglandTower BridgeGreater London, EnglandTo get this shot, take the regular ferry service (&quot;river bus&quot;) from any of the stops in West London to Canary Wharf or beyond - you&#39;ll go...Southwark Cathedral, London, EnglandSouthwark CathedralLondon, EnglandAutumn colors are starting to show throughout London - including these trees next to Southwark Cathedral. The present building retains the basic...Waterloo Bridge, London, EnglandWaterloo BridgeLondon, EnglandThe original Waterloo Bridge looked similar, but was replaced by this one - opened in 1942. It doesn&#39;t look as pretty as the Westminster Bridge or...National Theatre, London, EnglandNational TheatreLondon, EnglandThe National Theatre building is a great example of brutalist architecture, which might not suit everyone&#39;s tastes. I think it quite fits London -...
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            There are 38 combined countries and counting (!)
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            Make sure you also tag images with #LifeAtExpedia and follow that new list!
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