Global Lunch and Street Art: Brick Lane

Brick Lane certainly attracts a mixed crowd, photographers, foodies and the cool and trendies! This place has a unique personality that is inviting and timeless.

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Medieval Meanderings: Warwick Castle

Built by William the conquerer in 1068 and still standing tall. The majority of of this attraction has been turned into a theme park for children, butย the main tower is where you’ll see historic exhibitions of how things would have looked. The video below (not great I know, but it mightย give you an idea of […]

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The National Gallery: art and history combined

Art galleries are great places to pass time, ponderย your own thoughts, and feast the artistic eye. There is something very calming about art galleries, regardless of whether you find any appreciation in the art. The National Gallery is oozing with historicย pieces. I am amazed at the beauty and incredible size of some of these paintings, […]

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Time for Tea!! The Tea Terrace

Next time you’re in House of Fraser on Oxford Street, pop up to the fifth floor (at the back of the children’s clothes department) to experience a feeling of Alice in Wonderland at a tea party, or dolls house afternoon tea. Well kind of. This is the second time I’ve had tea and cake at […]

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Under The Sea: Sea Life London Aquarium

Given my obsession with fish and aquariums, it will come as no surprise that the London Aquarium is an old favourite of mine. Does anyone else feel like they’re in one of the ‘Alien’ film spaceships when you walk through Westminster tube station, it looks/feels very space-age-esk!!! Take Exit 1 and turn left- cross at […]

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