At Harrods part one

Despite the fact that I’ve been to London many times, there is so much to do and so much to see that there are still some main attractions I haven’t been to. Today, on our last day here this time around, I went to Harrods department store for the first time. It was even more wonderful than I had imagined! You’d think that I would write about their magnificent make-up department, or their designer hand-bag rooms, but what I liked most was actually their food section! It was huge, and everywhere you could see people preparing and eating the most delicious foods, everything from coffee and tea to sushi and Italian cuisine.

It has made such a big impression on me, that I’m going to do another post about Harrods today!

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16 Responses to At Harrods part one

  1. Patricia says:

    Wow! Amazing that they have all that at a department store! Can’t wait to see the rest of your pictures! And, I completely understand how food captures your attention even before makeup and purses! :)

  2. Cee says:

    There really is nothing quite like the Food Hall at Harrod’s. Apart from the sphinxes in beside the escalators, the food is always what I remember most about my visit to Harrod’s. I know there are so many other fabulous things there, but the Food Hall really makes a powerful impression :) Lovely photos!

  3. cupcake says:

    I know!!! When we were there we wanted to eat lunch at Harrods everyday. It’s like a culinary candy store!

  4. Styleabaad says:

    I love Harrods! Understand your amazement! Welcome home to Sweden :)

  5. vonskareng says:

    åå vilka alldeles underbara bilder du tar. DIT vill jag också en dag! :D

  6. Laura C. says:

    Oh, my….everything looks delicious!

  7. Milla says:

    The best department store in the West.

  8. Karen says:

    The food section is my favourite part about Harrods as well. Sushi definitely and their cupcakes! Too pretty for words :)

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