Festive Month: Winter Wonderland

Festive Month: Winter Wonderland

More than a decade now Winter Wonderland has been lighting up Hyde Park and brightening the evenings of Londoners. This year it’s bigger than ever. The 2017 Winter Wonderland offers the spectacular show Cinderella on Ice, more candy/chocolate stores than...

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iDeal of London

iDeal of London

In the light of the Christmas season, We went on a walk around one of the most popular parts of London - the Themes riverside from Tower of London to the Shard. Lovely sunny weather and sparkly trees adorned our surroundings as we decided to stop for a...

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The Trafalgar Sanctuary

In this weeks’ post we reveal to you another magnificent spot tucked in the very center of London, boasting with admirable London skyline views and a most relaxed atmosphere. Located in the hearth of Trafalgar Square, The Trafalgar’s rooftop bar offers you...

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Life in Death

One imminent part of life is death itself. Although an uncomfortable perception life, death and the moment in between have been constantly celebrated throughout the years. This weekend we had the opportunity to visit an impressive exhibition composed of...

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Orangery

In this weeks post we decided to talk about one of the most famous British traditions - the Afternoon Tea. This distinguished custom dates back to the reign of Queen Victoria and was first initiated by one of her ladies-in-waiting the Duchess of Bedford,...

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RED

As London has been swapped up into autumnal season and cold weather our quest of exploring the city continues. This post is dedicated to one of the most beautiful and iconic Edwardian Grade II buildings in the heart of the city - The Rosewood Hotel. Fairly recently...

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Weekend Escape to Eastbourne

Last weekend we went to Eastbourne. It was a randomly chosen location in our quest of exploring the English coast. The white mystic cliffs proved attractive enough to make us plan our weekend escape. With a vast history ranging from fortress built purposely for the...

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Exploring the secluded Golf Val Curone | Italy 

During our trip to Italy we planned to stay a couple of days at a golf resort in Piedmont. The region was called Momperone and the golf was located on the Val Curone hill. The beauty of this golf resort and location in general comes from the fact that it is in a...

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Milan | Visual Diary

A couple of weeks ago we went on a trip to Italy and decided to visit Milan for a few days. Having lived there previously, this visit was definitely somewhat nostalgic, reminiscing about the days spent wondering the streets of the old city of Milan. The first moment...

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Etiquette for Concert of Classical Music

Attending a concert of classical music is a unique and very distinctive experience then concerts of popular (rock, pop etc.) or jazz music. Classical concerts benefit from a more formal atmosphere with rules of etiquette by which some audience members may be initially intimidated.

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