London, capital of the United Kingdom, wraps around the twisting river Thames and extends its urban arms out to the huge ring road, the M25. It boasts years of history in and under its winding streets. Trying to see London in 4 days is probably a crazy thing to do. However, with an awful lot… Continue reading See the Best of London with this 4-Day London Itinerary
London, the capital of the UK, is a city packed with things to see and do. With 2000 years of history on show and a vibrant cultural scene, you won’t find yourself getting bored quickly. Whether you are one of the nearly 9 million Londoners or visiting for a vacation, here are 101 things to… Continue reading 101 Things to Add to Your London Bucket List
London has been gripped by an obsession…or maybe it is just me. When two of my favourite activities collide (dining and theatre) they create immersive dining. The leading lights of the immersive dining revolution, Gingerline and Favourology have done it again with their latest Chambers of Flavour incarnation, Chambers_. After our latest excursion with them,… Continue reading Loving London – A Full(ish) Chambers_ Review – Immersive Dining Joy!
London is a very green city, (or so they say). As many of the green spaces are closed off in the form of private squares and gardens, it can sometimes feel a little grey. However, there are some gorgeous public parks right in Central London, and my personal favourite has always been St James’s. If… Continue reading Urban Safari – Exploring St James’s Park
Surely, it is every little kids dream to get behind the bars at London Zoo and help out as a zookeeper for a day? From feeding the monkeys to stroking snakes, it is probably on the bucket list for a lot of grown ups too! It has definitely been on ours ever since we heard… Continue reading Loving London – Zookeeper for a Day at ZSL London Zoo
London’s Soho is the West End’s most diverse and exciting zone. Emerging from its seedier days, in recent years a wave of gentrification has swept through, opening it up as a more family friendly destination. One of the things that has long made Soho an interesting place, is the amazing range of food options. In… Continue reading Eat Your Way Around the World in Soho, London
The City of London is a mysterious world of commuters in fancy suits, wildly expensive restaurants and grab-and-go lunch places that are usually closed by 17:00. It isn’t often you get to experience a little slice of it, but there are hidden spots that you can enjoy. Why are they hidden? Because you can’t see… Continue reading Should You Visit Garden at 120 or Sky Garden – The Battle of Fenchurch Street
If you have seen my blog post about Walking the Regent’s Canal, you will know that I am a huge fan of this stretch of canal. I will, of course, jump at the chance to hit this stretch of water in any way I can and so I was thrilled to find out about all… Continue reading Loving London – Sailing a GoBoat Along Regent’s Canal
London is swarming with bottomless brunches. They vary wildly in price and value for money. Some cost a small fortune and only serve alcohol for an hour, or an hour and half. The Aeronaut, however, offers two brilliant brunches, and the Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut is, in our opinion the most exciting bottomless brunch… Continue reading Loving London – Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut
Funicular Productions’s immersive dining experience Murder Express is a show. A fun murder mystery performance, a fine dining menu and a wonderful attention to detail all add up to great night out.
Walking the Regents Canal from Camden to Little Venice is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon in London. Read on to found out all about it.
Afternoon tea is as British as queuing and discussing the British weather (but a great deal more pleasant than both). Mr Fluskey and I have enjoyed a fair few three-tiered, mid-afternoon teas here in London, but opera afternoon teas is a little bit special. Along with the cakes and camomile was a fine singing performance!… Continue reading Loving London – Opera Afternoon Tea at the Royal Albert Hall