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The Distillery, Notting Hill, London: hotel review

With 100 gins on the menu, in-room cocktails and the chance to join a three-hour tasting, don’t expect a stay at London’s first gin hotel to be hangover free. 10 more words


Shop... My K by Myleene Klass for Mothercare

What?: This should be the worst thing ever. I don’t necessarily have anything against Myleene Klass, she seems like a perfectly nice woman, I just feel like a collaboration between Mothercare and someone who made her name on the 2001 series of Pop Idol should be emphatically awful. 265 more words


Frank Kent: New Work

20 January – 25 February 2017


FOLD Gallery London, 158 New Cavendish St, London W1W 6YW


Admission: free

(Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm)

*** 334 more words


A Queen's Guide to London : Parsons Green


The first stop on my three-month tour of London is my very own neighborhood of Parsons Green. Complete with beautiful parkland, exquisite dining and some of the best pubs in London, Parsons Green is a little slice of Surrey right in the heart of the capital. 1,845 more words


Shop... Lindex

What?: I know, right? Lindex? I bang on and on to my mummy friends about this place but they can never remember the name because it sounds like soap. 341 more words


Snaps & Rye, Westbourne Park

After a day spent browsing the stalls at Portobello Market, GM and I were feeling a little peckish and stopped off at Danish restaurant Snaps & Rye for a small bite and to refuel. 186 more words

Listening to: Lies by CHVRCHES

This Friday I headed West to Trafalgar Square to visit the Caravaggio exhibition at the National Gallery. Whilst I’m sure I have visited this at some point in my life on a school trip or similar, this was my first time in adulthood to one of the most popular galleries in the world. 294 more words

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