You may have come or just heard of St Pancras railway station in London, but you may not be familiar with its history or the elements which are now part of this iconic place. Let’s see more of it with this new post…
London is such an inspiring city, especially for musicians. Let me give you my top picks of the songs which characterize London at best …
Being stuck at home for healthy reasons gives us the occasion to … discover more about London from the couch! Here is a venue I want you to discover in due time: a place filled with joy and full of jazz. Toulouse Lautrec Wine Bar and Live Music… Irresistible, believe me!
At a time when we are asked to stay at our home, I want to offer you the occasion to learn about Sir Francis Drake and his famous ship The Golden Hinde, and embark on a sea journey! As soon as London will be safe again, you will be able to explore it for real … Take care everyone!
Dora Maar was one of the most famous women artists of the twentieth century. She documented social conditions and made inventive photographs and photomontages, thus taking part in the Surrealist movement. The retrospective at The Tate Modern gives a complete portrait of this amazing artist. Don’t miss it!
This year, the World Book Day is celebrated on the 5th March, to encourage everyone (especially kids) to read. On this occasion, I find it interesting to present the most famous library in London: The British Library. Located in St Pancras, this building hides many more treasures than just books!
If you’re looking for a venue with jazzy-gipsy vibes and a cosy-friendly atmosphere, then head to Le Quecumbar & Brasserie in Battersea. You will surely attend amazing gigs and discover great jazz bands playing like Django Reinhardt (to whom the place is dedicated), just as we did on St Valentine’s day a couple of weeks ago …
Chartwell House & Gardens was the countryside house of Politician and artist Sir Winston Churchill. Located 1h30 drive away from London, in Kent, Churchill’s estate has not really changed since he left the place! Go explore the gardens, discover all objects in the house or the surprising Studio: the trip is well worth it!
For those of you wishing to release their inner child and play in a room full of old cars, coaches and trains, I have got the right place to visit: The London Transport Museum! Located in Covent Garden, it is the perfect playground for families and all historic vehicles enthusiasts!
The Chinese New Year celebrations will start tomorrow in London Chinatown. The opportunity to get to know this part of London better and be part of a special event in the Chinese community of London. Read on to explore Chinatown’s secrets!