Our last day in London was rainy and cold. I guess the city was all sad because we were leaving… We made a quick visit to St. Paul’s cathedral and the City. I didn’t know it but the City has a fascinating history and gorgeous churches. If you are visiting London, I highly recommend reading this book first. You will discover amazing new and hidden places.
Our third day in London was my favourite. We spent the morning in Notting Hill and Holland Park, ate in an amazing English pub, went to the cinema and ordered room service for dinner. Fun, fun, fun!
Hello!! How was your weekend? We enjoyed a great dinner in our favourite Japanese restaurant, attended a farewell party and spent Sunday cooking and watching funny films. I also worked on Saturday morning, but nobody’s perfect!
Let’s start the week with a short post and a yummy super-easy-to-prepare salad! You just need your favourite green salad, some goat cheese, some slices of Jamón Ibérico and a couple of figs. Just mix everything and season it with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and a pinch of maldon salt.
Super easy and really tasty!
Original recipe here!
PS: Cool tablecloth, huh?
Our second day in London was so bright, warm and lovely that we decided to get up early and have a nice shopping spree around Covent Garden before spending the day at the park.
So we went to London the week before fashion week. Yep. That’s us. Great timing. Always. Anyhoo… we had a great time so we thought some of you (if there is anyone out there, hello?) would find interesting our little routes around London.
Day 1!!! We started our day with a nice walk from our hotel The Grosvenor to one of the most famous places in London: Buckingham Palace! The weather was amazing. It was strange because it didn’t feel like the last days of Summer… it was more a Spring-is-coming-yay! feeling. Weird but oh so nice!