On a chilly winter morning, we decided to head into London and visit the Tower of London; an iconic landmark in the capital that I had somehow never visited.Continue reading
Read how we spent a day in Liverpool – exploring the Albert Docks, visiting The Beatles Story exhibit and checking out the Liverpool Museum.Continue reading
As I have grown older, I have started to notice that there is a little more to B-town than doughnuts and milkshakes; here are my favourite 5 things to do in Brighton.Continue reading
A cute, family run American Diner, adorned with black and white NYC shots coupled with an awesome menu – Charlie Brown’s Diner is definitely the place to eat in Eastbourne.Continue reading
Gatwick Airport is an international hub with quick links to Central London and the world – so here is an Airport Guide to London Gatwick Airport.Continue reading
Brighton Pier offers a variety of rides, attractions, restaurants and bars.
Growing up just 25 minutes away from Brighton (or B-Town as it is known as by the locals), I loved escaping to Brighton Pier on a sunny day – if not for the rides and arcade but for the doughnuts!Continue reading
Located just a short walk from the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, the Sky Garden offers panoramic views of London’s greatest landscapes and architecture. Get some shots from the outdoor observatory deck, take in a glass of wine from the bar or stroll around the levelled greenery that gives this place its name ‘Sky Garden’. The Sky Bar offers an array of soft and alcoholic drinks, the cheapest beer costs £5 whilst a white wine costs upwards of £8. The Fenchurch Restaurant is also available from the top of this tower but tables should be booked in advance. Meals are pricey here with average main courses costing around £32.Continue reading