LONDON ROUTINE
30.October.2017
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  • IG_791x602_IMG_6121.jpgYashin Sushi
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6057.jpgLiberty
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6117.jpgLiberty - Vintage
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6084.jpgPenthaligon's - Men's Grooming Shop
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6074.jpgIvy Chelsea Garden - Tea time
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6129.jpgJude Law & Ewan Mc'Gregor by Lorenzo Agius @202
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6132.jpg202 - Brunch time
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I realized something during my London vacation last week. I take pleasure out of visiting the familiar restaurants, shops and museums I like just as discovering new tastes, finds and visuals. read more
I realized something during my London vacation last week. I take pleasure out of visiting the familiar restaurants, shops and museums I like just as discovering new tastes, finds and visuals. 
During my 3-days visit, I generally did the activities I am used to do in London. I walked around Notting Hill streets; visited my favorite bookshop Lutyens & Rubinstein, had lunch in Assaggi, had brunch in 202, watched the artistic movements of Yashin Sushi’s chef while eating delicious sushi with no soy sauce and stopped by Liberty.
My first-time activities were going around the Affordable Art Fair. The concept of “affordable” varies from person to person of course. Seeing the artworks created by young artists was very pleasurable. I had lunch at Ivy Chelsea Garden. The food was not that bad but I don’t think I will go there one more time. I had tasty cocktails while listening to live Jazz in Rosewood Hotel. This spot is definitely going to be included in my London routines from now on. 
If you’d ask why my London photos are black & white, let’s say it’s a surprise. Who knows, maybe black & white photography is going to be a new routine in our lives. Who doesn’t love routines?
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