After having a lovely tweet up and partying hard with The Subways the night before we were ready to tackle our first day in London. Well, after a proper English Breakfast of course! 😀 We found a lovely little Italian Cafe near Russell Square with a great selection and ordered a full English! So good.

I am not going to bore you with the whole Tourista stuff we did. Instead you can take a look at the pictures we’ve made:

After about 8 hours of marching through the wonderful and stunning city we took a pit stop at our hotel. To have a bit of a feet up time before we left for Camden Town. We wanted to see The Dodge Brothers playing at  The Blues Kitchen, which was free if you hit the venue before 9 p.m.


We got ourselves a pint and settled in while the band got everything ready for their gig. At some point I was too excited to just sit there and so I worked myself to the stage to say “Hello” to Aly, a member of The Dodge Brothers, which I tweet with. It was epic and so much fun to see each other face to face. Lovely chap! The gig itself was my first ever Rockabilly gig and I really loved it! Was great fun!  Here is a vid of my fave Dodge Brothers song played at KoKo:

After the gig me and the Mister had a quick talk with Aly again and took this brilliant pic. Me and Aly have a great taste in glasses, dont we?! 😉

We left Camden after the gig, a bit boozed up and landed at the hotel around 1 a.m.

That was a pretty cool but also quite exhausting day rocking  around London, seeing all these sights I always wanted to see in real life and ended up in beautiful Camden Town!

Stay tuned to read about a very lovely Tea Party tweet up in my next blog post coming soon! 🙂


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  1. Adele says:

    Can you remember where you saw the street art of the little work men? They were recently on a TV show over here called The Apprentice and I’ve sort of fallen in love with them 🙂 LOVE your pictures, you’ve captured London so well, can’t wait for the next batch. xxx

  2. Andrew says:

    Hello Linn,

    Love finding cafe / greasy spoons for a vegetarian fry-up in the morning. 🙂 Love the photos and I recognise most of the locations. Looks like a great day of sight-seeing, followed by music.

    Great blog post.

    All the best


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