Afternoon Tea at Whittard of Chelsea Covent Garden Tea Bar London – Review

We were invited for afternoon tea for free in return for this impartial review There is little more quintessentially English than Afternoon Tea, and what better place to experience it than Whittard of Chelsea Covent Garden Tea Bar in London? There are lots of unique restaurants in London where you can find dishes to suit …

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Bottomless Brunch with Champagne at Sumosan Twiga – AD

Sumosan Twiga Restaurant

Gifted for review Bottomless brunch is great but bottomless Champagne is better and that is what you get at Sumosan Twiga! I’ve not ventured into London since February 2020, before that I was a regular visitor. London Bridge is just a short 25 minute train ride from Sevenoaks so easily accessible. However, since then I …

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Top 3 Children’s Shows in London

This is a collaborative post  Not sure what to do with your kids during the school holidays or on a rainy weekend? Why not try a trip to the theatre!  Not only is it a memorable, fun activity for children, but it also has the capacity to open children’s minds and serve as an educational …

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Hyper Japan – The UK’s Largest Celebration of Japanese Culture

Hyper Japan

Hyper Japan, as the name suggests, is a huge celebration of Japanese culture in London over a weekend in July Under the roof of Olympia in London, over the weekend of 12th to 14th July 2019, you’ll find (among other things) Japanese cuisine, culture and, most importantly in this household, gaming. 2019 sees the tenth …

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Things to do and see in London Bridge

BOROUGH MARKET, LONDON BRIDGE

The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own London Bridge was always a station we either passed through on our way to Charing Cross or used to go somewhere else by tube. Everyone knows London is worth the visit so when we were challenged to spend some quality time in …

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Boating in London with Go Boat

We recently spent a lovely afternoon Boating along the Grand Union and Regent’s Canal with Go Boat in London  Now, call me stupid (alright, not so fast) but it never really occurred to me that there were canals in London. I mean. I KNOW there are rivers (hello, Thames!) but I never really considered canals, …

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Kidzania, London – our review

Kidzania is based in Westfield, Shepherd’s Bush, London I’ve wanted to go for a while as I’ve heard a lot about it. It has been recommended as a day out and part of a short break. If you are opting for a mini holiday, have a look at this post, where to stay in London. …

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The Candlelight Club – a Secret 1920’s Speakeasy in London

When we were invited to review The Candlelight Club we had no idea what to expect I blindly said “Yes” and Googled it afterwards. I’m glad I did! Blogging is a funny old game and you find yourself in places you never dreamed of going to and I had never heard of The Candlelight Club …

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