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Category Archives: “How to spend the perfect day” guides
We went to the launch of the newly opened Dirty Martini on centrally located Upper Street – which we were very excited about them opening up here, as we love their martinis and it would be on the way home … Continue reading
We went to check out the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy. On walking into the courtyard, you are greeted by The Dappled Light of the Sun by Conrad Shawcross – a weathering steel cloud effect. As we entered the … Continue reading
I would fly First Class round-trip via Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore and complete an Asian foodie tour adventure including the 2 Michelin-Starred 2am Dessert Bar in Singapore for cookery masterclasses and a top-notch dining experience, staying in 5star hotel … Continue reading
I would recommend taking a lunch or early dinner Thames river cruise to enjoy the spectacular sights along the Thames including the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, The Tower of London and The EDF Energy London Eye whilst tucking … Continue reading
I would recommend visiting Wimbledon at least once to experience the atmosphere both on the courts/ centre court and also on Henman Hill (now ‘relabbelled’ as Murry Mound – the jury is still out on the correct name though). Ensure … Continue reading