Traveling to LONDON!

Traveling to LONDON!

Erik Conover here coming to you from the
charming streets of London that’s right I and London the land of black cabs red
double-decker buses excessive amounts of tea and those iconic red foam booths
that smell like a urinal these things are very iconic but it smells like
straight-up piss in here so I’m here in London on a work trip for only three
days my mission in this video is simple share with you my top things to do in
between a hectic work schedule while exploring this iconic city for the very
first time without any of you this is travelling to London this travel guide
is a mixture of high-gloss video content and random dirty vlog travel footage
number 1 on my list is Holland Park this dirty vlog is about to get a little
nicer so I’m in Holland Park and like I mentioned at the start of this video I’m
here at the company and the company has put together a picnic in Holland Park
and it looks like something out of a fairy tale there’s flowers there’s food
spreads there’s people just smiling laughing and also look at this weather
those are blue skies in the UK apparently isn’t that very rare Jarrod
every time I’ve been here it’s always been pretty cloudy I was here a couple
of weeks ago and I think we had sunshine for maybe 20 minutes I highly recommend
checking out Holland Park for a stroll or a picnic it’s in a very posh and
affluent part of London which isn’t always my style but nonetheless still
very interesting to experience next up on my list is Kensington Gardens and
Kensington Palace we’re walking over to see my first
palace in the United Kingdom let’s go check it out
I’m guessing someone very important is arriving home I am in Kensington Park
right by the world-famous Kensington Palace as the royal family arrives at
via chopper casual so we went over to get a closer look and ran into a mom hi
mom mom here in London thought that I was a paparazzi because I had a massive
telephoto lens Kate and Harry married Karen Markel no Megan mark please sorry
I’m so bad edit that cut me out if you want that chance sighting of the royal
family or you just want to go for a stroll on a nice day nothing will make
you feel more British than visiting Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens
okay so now for the food this was definitely my favorite thing to do wall
in London next on my travel guide is borough markets Borough Market is
London’s most renowned food and drink market located right near London Bridge
granted it can be a bit touristy and that can definitely be crowded it’s for
good reason the food is absolutely incredible I’m talking I mean just look
at this the coffee scene in London is massive and I’m about to head into a
mamma’s coffee which apparently has the best flat white in the London er we will
see the flat white was a ten out of ten I recommend grabbing the flat white for
mommoth then heading right across the street to the ginger pig and pick up a
nice warm sausage roll a good hearty breakfast that combo of the flat while
you the sausage roll mmm for everything cheese head over to caps are you ready
for some cheese form we have a toasted cheese sandwich gonna try out for the
first time perfectly melted if it’s the perfect balance between a toast
the cheese is insane and there’s also some ham in here I think some onion of
delicious after you had your coffee your sausage and your grilled cheese I know
that’s a lot of food so far but this is kind of a mini food source come over to
bread ahead and get a vanilla donut I mean just look at this guy I stuffed to
the brim with vanilla cream here we go a cream are so light it’s kind of covered
in sugar glaze you are in London comes to Borough Market pig-out treat yourself
you put all over your face highly recommended post Borough Market food
baby you’re gonna want to go walk that off all those treats and sweets head
over to the shard to the very top at the observation deck or the restaurant the
shard is a 95 storey skyscraper with the best views in town of Tower Bridge all
the way over to the London Eye the shard is the tallest building in the UK and
defines the London skyline what would a trip to London be without
going to a telephone booth taking that Instagram photo and realizing that all
these telephone booths they kind of smell like piss also I want
to point out the fact that they’re not very easy to find it Jared and I were
walking around at Kensington Park for maybe I’d say an hour looking for a
phone booth to take an Instagram it is 100% worth it to get that classic
London Instagram photo by the telephone booth because apparently the city is
slowly removing all these phone booths so
what the hell is that it’s all for the dirty vlog memories right Jared with
that I am back in my apartment in Manhattan with my little souvenir from
the UK it’s been a while since I’ve just done a vlog clip where I’m talking to
you it straight to camera and kind of filled you in with what’s going on in my
life and very recently this channel we hit 500,000 subscribers like what
500,000 people watching this channel I just wanted to film a good old-fashioned
blog clip and say thank you as a creator on YouTube the biggest compliment that
anyone can pay you is their time so thank you for taking your time and
subscribe and watch my content it’s it’s humbling and I feel like now for the
first time this past six months I’m finally making the content that I want
to put out there to you to the world I truly believe that this channel that we
that this channel can hit 1 million subscribers within the next year you are
still watching that comment down below road to 1 million subscribers I really
think that we can build something very unique here a community and I’m very
excited to see where this goes the next video will be from New Zealand it that’s
right New Zealand the top of my bucket list after that coming back doing
another million dollar listing apartment tour with the one and only if mr. Ryan
Serhant look at that handsome devil he just launched his new book so go check
that out and with that I will see you from New Zealand

100 thoughts on “Traveling to LONDON!

  1. MY TOP THINGS to do in LONDON! HUGE thank you for 500,000 subscribers! Comment below what types of videos you want to see this fall -Erik

  2. The 28 million dollar Apartment video was recommended to me, watched it and this. So far, digging the videos. Subscribed.

  3. erik I love the og dirty vlog-style videos!! I've been following you since you had less than 10k subscribers and it's crazy how you've evolved!!

  4. One needs more than three days in London for every time I go there I find something new and the Borough Markets are my favourite markets in the world .
    I still remember the London from 30 years ago a very different place in some ways

  5. I'm still here watching and i'm still envying all the traveling you get to do! SUPER JEALOUSSSSSS Congrats on the 500k sub mark!

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  7. Hey when r u coming to India?….the place where over 1.3 billion people live, I think your goal of 1 million subscribers might get accomplished….

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  8. I am thinking of going to London to stay. However I can only afford the ticket. I guess I will be living on the streets, and it's ok for me. I would like to tell me, if there is any way to get free food there, because I might need it. If I ask people for 20 cents, will they give me, or will they just walk away?

  9. It's very cool vlog about travelling in London.. I want to drink flat white and looking on that liturally incredible views. Good luck and love from Russia))

  10. Nice video, but I live in London and I feel that you didn't experince London properly, it's beautiful and so diverse.

  11. Thanks but please stop changing scenses like that, like im watching this then in a sec it dissapears but imma sub cause i think you will change that

  12. Ahhh I miss London! Studied abroad at LSE this past summer, it was an experience of a lifetime! Kensington Palace was so great and The Shard has the best views in the city! If you ever get the chance, I recommend coming here during the World Cup. The energy was amazing and it was so neat to see the pride they have for their country as everyone celebrates in the streets after a win!

  13. London ….. where the number of knife crimes and murders has now overtaken NYC…

  14. Thanks for the upload. London for 3 days? Won`t even scratch the surface – you need at least 3 years! – 🙂 Good avoiding the usual tourist hot spots!

  15. Like NYC, London is a great walking city. In fact, I visit both for what are essentially walking holidays. If you are able to, then just walk, walk, walk! You will never get bored. There is always something interesting and historical to see. I can highly recommend the Thames Path (north or south of the river). It goes for miles. If you are feeling very energetic, cross Westminster Bridge and take the Thames Path all the way to Greenwich. You can then cross the river through the Greenwich Tunnel and take the north Thames Path back to Westminster via Canary Wharf and the historic docklands. It's a long walk, so you may wish to split it over two or more days.

    As Erik says, Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park (there is no "Kensington Park" btw) are wonderful. Don't miss the walk down Kensington Palace Gardens (Road), where you will see many grand embassy residences and billionaire mansions. The museums – The Science Museum, V&A, Natural History Museum and British Museum are also not to be missed.

    Contrary to popular myth London is not an especially wet city, but like anywhere in northern Europe, the weather can be unpredictable. Despite having walked for hundreds of miles in London, I can count on the fingers of one hand the occasions I have been caught in heavy rain. Just take a small umbrella with you if rain is forecast. Enjoy!

  16. "It smells like piss in here" Yep. Americans always seem to think London is glamorous but everything smells of piss or exhaust fumes. Not so glam.

  17. London is the most beautiful city and I enjoy living here. However the weather kinda gets you down at one point. My plan is to settle in New York if I can manage all those crowds and the city noise

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