Inside the world’s best locations, there need never be a dull moment. When it comes to finding activities to do, the options are virtually endless — therefore which would you choose?
Walkover Westminster Bridge and jump to South Kensington on the pipe. Spend the morning taking at the V&A Public in the world’s greatest choices of art and layout.
Wakey wakey! An ideal day in London begins using a bracing swim on earth- famous Men’s or Ladies’ Lake on Hampstead Heath, followed by a reviving coffee in a nearby cafe. Visit a bike — or bus if you’re lacking wheels — to Soho for some hours reading the holders of Berwick Street’s record stores.
Days are always well spent exploring the British Museum or nosing round the historic alleys of Town of London financial district. At night, head north to Exmouth Market for dinner and a buzzy evening scene at amazing Moro.
Welcome the start from Primrose Hill, a vintage vantage point overlooking Regent’s Park. The administrative centre is better investigated by walking, so spend a couple of hours strolling south — building a quick stop at Soho’s Carnaby Street if shopping’s your matter — before you reach Green Park. Visit the tube and visit Brixton community market for lunch. Get your select from the world- budget, comprising -friendly meals available — Bass Wings &.
Finish your entire day having a display in the West-End; book ahead or try to obtain a lastminute deal on show tickets. The Book of Powerful and Mormon are especially popular — and worth the money!
Settle down to get a pizza along with a craft beer at Hackney Wick’s Crate (cratebrewery.com), then mooch round the somewhat wonderful new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Shoreditch for products — the King of Hoxton includes a roof terrace upstairs and music downstairs, and Cargo and clubs XOYO are nearby if you want to hit the dancefloor.
Start the afternoon catching coffee in one of many tempting roasteries, then capture the first ferry to Alcatraz. For lunch, struck one of the local food sellers at the Ferry Building (AKA foodie’s haven), then climb up the Filbert Steps — seeing the wild birds overhead — to Coit Tower. Stunning landscapes and the WPA paintings provide a look of SF’s past and present.
Take your time walking back through Chinatown and North Beach to Promote Street and jump to the Quest on the BART, to spend the others of the morning having a couple of cups of that tasty California wine and eating good food.
Begin the morning at the Ferry Building and run, rollerskate or walk with waffle at hand Over The Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf. Try tomato soup and the sourdough bread from Boudin Bakery for lunch. Head over for that afternoon, both of which have beautiful views of the Golden Gate to Baker Beach or Crissy Field.
View the sun with a margarita on a roof like El Techo de Lolinda’s (eltechosf.com) inside the Objective, then catch a standup comedy show in The Punchline before strolling through North Beach and visiting San Francisco’s iconic City Lights bookstore, open until midnight.
After luncheon at Zazie’s (zaziesf.com) around the deck, walk across the street to the Haight Ashbury community, where throwback vintage finds and record shops mingle with modern retailers. Inside the afternoon, visit Golden Gate Park, an enormous expanse of green which includes an unexpected paddock of buffalo, a Japanese Tea Garden and museums.
At Burma Superstar, venture north to dine on unreal Southeast Asian fare later in the day before ending the night in the Plough and the Personalities — an Irish pub that serves up Guinness, Irish set dancing & bluegrass music.
Breakfast at Mama’s in Washington Square then retain a bicycle to pattern along the coast and within the Golden Gate Bridge (element in sufficient time for photo stops). Before using the ferry back to SF grab a treat in Sausalito.
Lunch with its array of food outlets at the Ferry Building, then look around Union Square before getting for a hold-on on a cable car -tight rise up the SF hills. Jump off at Ghiradelli Square to get some candy to fortify you to your night tour of Alcatraz. Finally, chow down at B & Z, perhaps in Chinatown, and finish the night using the late performance of satirical show,