The best rooftops in London

When you blog you every now and then go through a dry spell. You find the editorial schedule you had planned uninspiring or simply have zero ideas what to write about. This was me yesterday. I sometimes face WordPress blank page longer than it takes me to write 400 words. I mentioned in a post […]

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Afternoon Tea at The Corinthia – London

Having an afternoon tea in London is an absolute must-do for pretty much any traveller. There are many places you can have one at – cafes, bakeries, high-end restaurants – but for the ultimate afternoon tea experience, I always recommend my friends to go to one of the many beautiful hotels in central London. So […]

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The best places to see Autumn foliage in London

Autumn is at its peak in London. Finally, temperatures have dropped and the trees are now starting to turn all shades of gold and red. Following the success of my guide to see Cherry Blossom in London I thought I would do an Autumn version to help you find the best spots to see golden […]

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Four Seasons – Chinatown, London

Chinatown can be awfully overwhelming the first time you visit. Condensed around six blocks in one of the busiest areas of London, it is packed with people, restaurants, various odours (some pleasant some not), it is very noisy, and could trigger a sensory overload for pretty much anyone. Yet it is home to real foodie […]

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Brockley’s Rock – London

I used to never think much about fish and chips, I always considered it to be the British take on fast and easy food. Often the ones I had were too greasy, the fish too dry or the chips too mushy. I was only eating fish and chips when there was nothing else appealing on […]

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Leadenhall Market – London

One magical thing about London is that you sometimes run into some architectural gems which may remind you of a movie. It is because often these places have actually been the background to a movie set. This is the case for Leadenhall Market which is famous among Harry Potter fans to have featured as the […]

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The National Maritime Museum – London

Today we are exploring a slightly less-known museum in London – the National Maritime Museum. The theme is in the name here and you will learn everything there is to know about the maritime history of Great Britain, from trading tea from East Indian in the 1700s to the World Wars. The Museum can be […]

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Brown & Green Cafe – London

The Indian summer is in full swing in London and we have been blessed with some glorious weather. In a few weeks, the days will get significantly colder and darker so Londoners are making the most of it and packing all the Vitamin D before we go in hibernation mode. We therefore take any opportunities […]

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