- Notting Hill in autumn – color version. Am I the only one that everytime I wander around these streets, I imagine the scene and that phrase (“I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.”)? I am I too much romantic! Anyway if you are looking for the blue door, of William Thacker’s flat, is in 280 Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill.
- Notting Hill in autumn – white version
- A jungle corner in Chelsea. One of the richest and poshest borough in London, full of beautiful shops and houses like this corner I spotted. You can start visiting from Sloane Square and then go on to King’s road.
- Kew Gardens (Richmond). The botanical garden in southwest London is absolutely one of my favorite, you can read more here.
- Portobello Farmer’s Market. Monday morning, far from the touristic crowd, it’s the perfect way to see the real life of this borough.
- Peggy Porschen Patisserie with Halloween decorations (Belgravia). A must-to-visit in London, never disappoints for its lovely decorations.
- Leaves. “Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to et things go”.
- A bench in Belgravia. I wandered in this inaccessible borough, semi-desert to be honest, but with some truly hidden gems as the Cadogan Place Gardens.