If you are in Central London and fancy a drink, follow the signs for the trains in Kingly Court and look for the underground. (Yes, the underground.) Wait patiently until you are allowed in. Head downstairs and you are met with swinging music, ticket signs everywhere and incredible memorabilia. The best bit, the cocktail menu is
I'd never been to any form of art exhibition before, beyond seeing friends A-Level pieces. Art does scare me sometimes, I don't always understand it or get it. Add Lego into the mix and I'm good to go. The Art of The Brick exhibition is taking place in The Old Truman Brewery. The pieces varied
So that's it my last weekend in London is done. It's gone by frighteningly quickly; but on to the next thing of moving up to Glasgow. The weekend was spent predominantly in Greenwich and Shoreditch. I found the best little cafe hat serves amazing bacon, sausage and egg baps - Heaps in Greenwich. Proper ingredients,
Last week was well and truly an overindulgence of food. When in Rome (ahem London) and all that right? Connie came down for a night, starting with burgers and wine at Gourmet Burger Kitchen, so classy! If you go make sure to have truffle mayo, either on your burger or with the fries. It's amazing.
Last Tuesday the HMS Westminster came into South Quay and spent a week docking. It was a slightly bizzare sight having a warship in and amongst Canary Wharf with the banking district behind it! Yet another busy week at work, but getting my pay day and my self proclaimed princess weekend more than made up