Hi everyone!
Long-time no see actually, but I've been busy strolling around beautiful London for the past month. What I've realized doing this is that a ton of guides suggest a number of places you could visit, which I believe is not hard to find out by yourself once you get into the city. Rather, I believe it's much more interesting finding out the interesting things you could possibly do in all of these amazing places.
Obviously, everyone is different and gets interested in multiple things. Those were just my personal:

- get lost in the british museum
- take a picture in the iconic red phone booth
- explore the food options in sainsbury's and waitrose
- take the tube at least once
- same for a red bus, and make sure to sit on the top
- stroll around westminister's bridge
- enjoy the sunset while eating cheese scones
- sip a coffee at the sky garden
- explore the amazing street art around the brick lane (but be aware of your belongings)
- taste lovely caramelized almonds at the tower bridge
- get your palm read in covent garden market
- feed the squirrels in st. james and hyde park
- enjoy a slice of cake and a cup of iced tea at èlan cafè
- have a nice savory lunch at eggbreak
- visit the lovely colorful houses around notting hill
- make sure to buy a "notting hill shopping bag" - so unique, if you love totes
- go to a nice accessorize shop all astrology related, a few steps away from notting hill gate underground stop (my favorite part of london, can you say)
- eat fish and chips in a park on a friday night
- smell the flowers at kensigton gardens
- take a picture at the 9 3/4 platform in king's cross
- stroll around camden markets and all of its fashion while drinking freshly squeezed orange juice
- purchase a memorable london designed cup from starbucks
- shop at primark
- visit the lond eye at night after a nice dinner at "strada" (italian restaurant, the pizza worked well - and I'm italian)
- make sure you take an afternoon snack break in pret a manger
- check the minerals section in the natural history museum
- visit the royal albert hall
- take your time in the national gallery, I'd highly recommend an afternoon
- enjoy the aesthetics in victoria and albert museum
- try the pancakes at "my old dutch" (so big, so big, so make sure you either have a huge appetite or have skipped lunch)
- read about the irrational human fears in the science museum

those were just about 30 things that I've found enjoyable. I've tried to avoid some obvious yet amazing place (like, tate museum, how could you not go?!). just a fancy guide to have fun when you've run out of ideas. but by the way, how could you get bored in london!