Last year I shared with you some pictures of Christmas in Mayfair. This year, I will rather present you the most iconic places in London, which take the colors of Christmas and transform the capital for a few weeks. Let’s have a look at Covent Garden and its neighborhood for this 2018 Christmassy edition!
If you fancy the cantonese fine cuisine, then Hakkasan is the dream place: this Michelin star restaurant has two locations in London and an exquisite selection of specialities. With its singular atmosphere and attentive staff, you can’t be mistaken!
Christmas is a special moment in the year, where all streets and houses are filled with decorations. The wreaths have a particular importance and contribute to the magic of Christmas, either on your door, in your house …or in your plate. Let’s dive into this Christmas tradition…
Here is the second part of my trip to Wales last October. This stay in Wales gave me the opportunity to discover historic monuments, varied sceneries and different places of interest. Amazing memories I am now sharing with you: have fun!
Wales is a dream destination for anyone fond of wild nature. The countryside is real treasure and the coastline completely stunning. Families and walkers will love it! Only 4 to 5 hours away from London, Wales seems very accessible. I discovered South Wales lately and I can’t wait for my next trip there!!
Tower Bridge is an iconic bridge in London -not to be confused with London Bridge nearby – which is full of history and offers a great experience. You can enjoy the visit either on the bridge deck or on the walkways at the upper level. Let me guide you through the most distinctive bridge in the UK!
Lazinc Gallery is currently showcasing some of Banksy’s greatest artwork. It gives the opportunity to discover this singular (street) artist who combines art with expression. Don’t miss it!
Is it the best kept secret place in London as some say? Possible. Holland Park is an outstanding park in West London, where you can find manicured gardens with beautiful roses as well as woodland areas. And many more surprises, like a Japanese garden and resident peacocks … Let’s see the best of Holland Park!
The HMS Belfast history is quite fascinating from its launch in 1938 through to its arrival in London in 1971, when it became a museum ship and at the same time an iconic part of the London skyline. Let’s know more about this famous warship …
This is sad news for Londoners: The Roof Gardens, where I have spent such a great time last year, is now closed. But memories are still alive, as well as the hope that the place will soon get a new start!