Day three in London was a bit slower paced than the first two days. We spent the morning having breakfast in Hyde Park at the Lido Bar and Café on a beautiful sunny morning! It was a lovely way to start the day. We also saw the Diana Memorial water feature. We headed back towards Buckingham Palace to make a few purchases (I love London hoodie anyone?) in the Royal Giftshop (who knew I could get so excited about the monarchy).
Then we were pounding the pavement (my poor feet) onto Oxford Street and the many shops that call it home. There were loads of cool shops and I could have spent hours looking in them all. I would seriously recommend checking out the Disney Store it had great displays and the store was fun to browse. The Nike store was massive! It had like four floors and a DJ you could even design your own shoes! If you’re into sportswear I would definitely recommend checking it out!
Heading to the train station was next in order to get out to (eek) Warner Bros. Studio Tour The Making of Harry Potter. I am a massive fan of the books and movies so I was super excited to get there. I booked a couple of months in advance in order to go! One you arrive at Watford Junction Station a bus from Harry Potter World will pick you up and take you there. We paid to have an audio tour again which was well worth it. There were heaps of sets, props and costumes to check out. You can try out a butterbeer in the café, ride a broomstick and more! We spent a few hours here checking it all out and I was glad I came. I loved every minute of it! There is also a shop at the end (of course) where you can buy loads of souvenirs to take home with you.