The London Trip

our tiny flat

Literally sandwiched between two sides of an “Award Winning Gay Bar” called KU, we finally found our shoebox apartment in the bustling, smoke-filled Chinatown part of Covent Garden, London.

I say finally as it took us quite a while to find our hidden dwelling – even the bartender from downstairs didn’t know that #28 Lisle Street was the doorway next to theirs.

After climbing 4 floors up the quaint, narrow stairwell – which incidentally felt more like 6, if you count the windy turns and extra stair sets along the way – with our travel trunks in tow, we entered and collapsed.

But we were finally here – and that’s all that mattered!

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just around the corner, towards Piccadilly Circus
from rooftop window of our London flat
dining table accents
Piccadilly Circus, a few minute walk from our flat
KU Bar, just outside our doorstep
Kitchen
Buddha next to rooftop window
kitchen plant... the one and only
Piccadilly Circus shops
mini dining table
living table with deco accents
… from our rooftop window
Bathroom
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