If you’re really looking for a hip place to travel, make sure to check out London’s East End where all the magic is happening. You can mix music with the muesli or head to The Premises where breakfast is served all day long (and it’s delicious). There is an amazing and functioning recording studio where you might run into Little Boots or Lily Allen as you’re just lounging around. The Spitalfields Market is full of food, jewelry, and clothes. You can also take your pick of crazy fashion on display at the Old Truman Brewery. It’ll be a fun and unique day. If you get really hungry and want to sit down to enjoy your food, at 93 Feet East, just off Brick Lane, there’s beer, dancing, and burgers served very late; you can make a night out of it. A really unique place that mixes a club and pub is called the Horse and Groom; it’s fun and silly. There are endless amounts of fun in this town that you won’t want to miss.
If you’re up for a little adventure, you will surely enjoy Dennis Severs House, where you’ll encounter ten rooms set to create ‘moods’ from between 1724 and 1914. You’ll weave your way through the silent house by candlelight as you obstruct the invisible occupants, and 18th century French Huguenot family of silk-weavers, at their dinner. It’s quite intriguing. There’s a really cool tour called the Cutting-Edge Green Tour, where in 3 hours, you’ll see everything from London’s only floating gardens to recycled fashion, and you will make lots of other stops on the way. The adventures are magnificent and endless. You never know what may pop up around the corner. There are so many lovely markets for food and unique gifts that you can share with your family and friends. It’s definitely a trip worth taking.