It has been a while since I last posted a lifestyle and travel post, but I’ve been a lucky jet-setter, from going to Monaco for the Grand Prix (amazing) and then travelling up through France to Menton and Dijon (beautiful), then after a quick stop back home in Blighty, I went back to my second home in Florence!! It was so so good to be back!!
But now I’m back home again, we went to London for a day out with my Cousin and Aunty. Before Bob Bob Ricard, we went to Alice’s Adventures Underground, which was FAB! I’ll be writing a post about that very soon!
But this post is all about the Press For Champers London Top Spot, Bob Bob Ricard. I’ve been wanting to go here for AGES!! It’s really stunning and totally lived up to it’s reputation. The decor is 1920s theme, which is one of my favourite eras! Continue reading
For my Brother’s 26th Birthday, we headed to Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour. My Brother is a true lover of all things Gin, and has pretty much explored the depths of Gin bars in London. However, we managed to find this little treasure in the bustling Covent Garden that he was yet to try. Continue reading
Prepare to go back to the 70s with Bobby Fitzpatrick in West Hampstead, London. This cool new diamond inside the treasure chest of North London opened early this year and has already made quite the impression. Continue reading
Hello, or should I say Ciao!!
I cannot believe it took me this long to try Aromi in Cambridge!! I heard my colleagues talking about it and considering I’m absolutely obsessed with Italy!
I had been wanting to go to Chiltern Firehouse since it first opened its doors. For my 23rd Birthday, my family, friends and I, went to dine at one of London’s top spots. Continue reading
We went to The Ivy Cafe in Marylebone before heading off to see Jack Whitehall (loved him), and I really loved it, so I thought I’d do a little post, sharing my experience. Continue reading
Hope you’re all having a wonderful Christmas! I’ve found a new favourite in London, called Dirty Bones. It is just off of Carnaby Street in Kingly Court, top floor. I found this using the Dojo app, which I totally recommend if you’re wanting to find some quirky top spots in London. Continue reading