Chelsea is renowned for its many unique shops. We passed by stores dedicated to doorknobs, faucets as well as this glowing chandelier shop.
After 2 days of exploration on the streets of London and beyond, we planned a day of staying closer to home. We decided to visit Harrods of London to see what an extra million dollars can buy you.
Going to Harrods three days before Christmas ensured we’d get some amazing people watching opportunities as well.
Our next stop was the iconic Harrods of London – a store where nearly anything can be purchased. Custom helicopter? $1,250,000 Harry Winston necklace? The sky is literally the limit…
After Harrods, we went back downtown for a few errands. We were on the search for a Christmas panettone and to return Tim’s new Apple keyboard. We realized that the British version wouldn’t have a dollar sign. On the way, we stopped into Covent Gardens at Punch and Judy’s Pub (established in 1787). On the way, we saw a few more sites.