London calling.

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A peak into our December hop across the pond. To begin our journey, the ever nostalgic siren red telephone booth.

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There is no better way to explore a city than to walk it. In London there is no lack of impeccably tailored people watching, regal architecture, and – as of late – Maseratis + Lamborginis….seriously there is one Porsche for every Subaru we have in Colorado. I absolutely swooned for the school children’s over coats, especially this group of angels en route to a Christmas pageant.

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The ceiling of the outdoor gallery in the financial district which houses the pubs where Insurance brokers close deals over a warm-ish pint.

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For a country not exactly known for their healthy cuisine, they certainly grow some vibrant cabbage.

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Freshly shucked scallops at the market alongside prime shopping destination, The King’s Road.

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Rows of perfection in the newly chic neighborhood of Notting Hill.

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Antiqued leather on Portobello Road Market.

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A proper nightcap at private club, Home House.

Stay tuned…Paris is next!

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