Independent review What woman doesn't enjoy a spot of afternoon tea? There's something quintessentially British about tucking into finger sandwiches and scones while sipping on tea from a bone china cup, and I love it. I love it so much so that last week, I spent my Saturday with a few friends at the newest… Continue reading Eat: By George Afternoon Tea
Following a discussion we had in Lanzarote, Dan and I decided to take Ted (the dog) away for the weekend as a trial run for our summer trip to Wales. We picked Woodbridge - somewhere not too far from home, and I booked Thatched Farm and Cottage on a whim, not really knowing what to… Continue reading Stay: Thatched Farm Bed and Breakfast
Situated at the edge of the Suffolk Coast and country Area of National Beauty, Sutton Hoo is one of Britain's most important historical locations. Although it doesn't have the mystique of Stonehenge, or sheer vastness of Hadrian's Wall, Sutton Hoo is an important location, primarily for the ancient Kingdom of East Anglia, as it is… Continue reading What To Do At Sutton Hoo
After bursting through the doors of Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch, London, ten minutes before our reservation, we were informed that we would have to wait a while for our table. Despite being annoying and setting us in a sulk, it meant that we were able to hit the bar and order some drinks. Luckily, I… Continue reading Drink: Blues Kitchen, London
Independent review of Bounce, Old Street, London.
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Review of Escapologist bar in Covent Garden, London.