One of the worst and most common habits of people living in London, is forgetting they live in London. Or at least forgetting to make the most of living in one of the world’s most exciting and beautiful cities. This Sunday my flatmate and I decided we needed to break the habit and enjoy walking the streets of London and taking in a little more of what it has to offer. Unfortunately, in true British style, it decided to rain. And I mean REALLY rain so we took refuge in Ffiona’s, a restaurant on Kensington Church Street in Kensington that serves the best brunch in London.
2015 has been the best year of my life (so far). I’ve been so busy and had so many plans it seems to have flown by. This week was the first this year that I have not had something organised or pre-booked. I was expecting a quiet few days where I caught up on washing and finished the book I’m reading, but it turned out to be so much fun.On Friday night we went for dinner and drinks at Mason House on Argyll Street (Just off Regents street).
I recently read a blog post on Britton Loves, ‘Easy Ways to Work-out’, being the type of person who find motivation to work out hard to come by I was instantly drawn to it. I felt relieved that other people felt the same way as me, that not everyone find excise as easy as all the beautiful fitness models you can’t escape from on Instagram. One of the most poignant messages of the post is that it is essential to ” Find a workout style to suit you”, just because half the people in your office “can’t get enough of Spin class” and the other half run a marathon every weekend.
Cheap days out in London are hard to come by, you can nip out for a coffee and have spent £20 before you say ‘Mocha Latte’. That’s one of the reason I love visiting The Natural History Museum. With free entry and enough exhibitions to fill an entire day (with a lunch break) it’s the perfect way to enjoy a day in London without parting with too much of your hard-earned cash.The museum is easy to spot (as it somewhat resembles Hogwarts) and even has its own exit at South Kensington Station,
For my birthday i was lucky enough to be taken to see Swan Lake performed by the Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera house. Possibly one of the most famous ballets of all time, Swan Lake conveys the tragic love story of Prince Siegfried and Odette the Swan Princess. As Anthony Dowell’s production at the Royal Opera House draws on the opulence of Imperial Russia in the 1890s, the tantalisingly beautiful costumes and scenery are perfectly complimented the sumptuous setting of the Royal Opera House. Continue reading
Lunch-on-the-run can often means sacrificing healthy food for convenient, fatty, fast food. Muriel’s Kitchen manages to achieve the impossible by creating a menu of super healthy, super fast and delicious food. They update their menus every month to ensure that they deliver the freshest food made from seasonal ingredients. The essence of Muriel’s is home-cooked, authentic British food with a twist.
This weekend a I took a trip to Bath to visit a friend, we decided to visit a highly recommended 1940’s style tearoom (Which can be found on Saville Row next to the Assembly Rooms and Fashion Museum) Bea’s Vintage Tea Rooms
The phrase ‘transported back in time’ is often used and rarely deserved, Bea’s however merits nothing left. Its bright, clean and decorative interior is cosy and inviting. The patisserie cabinet is home to a collection of mouth-watering cakes including; victoria sponge, coffee and ginger, lemon meringue pie and a glorious chocolate and ginger.