A Day at the Postal Museum

Walking to the Post Office this morning to send a book to a friend, I was reminded of how incredible the postal service is. I can post a letter to someone across the country or even across the world, for the change in your pocket, and they'll receive it a few days later. Earlier this … Continue reading A Day at the Postal Museum

MY TOP 10 EUROPEAN CITIES

Updated May 2020 It took me a long time to compile this list simply because I kept disagreeing with myself. I planned a top ten then contemplated making it longer, to fit in the other places that definitely do warrant a mention but sadly don’t quite make it (in my eyes). Of course, there’s plenty … Continue reading MY TOP 10 EUROPEAN CITIES

7 THINGS I’VE ENJOYED (AT HOME) THIS WEEK | POST 5

That's right, the lockdown continues and therefore, so do my posts on the little things that have been making me happy recently. Part of me has been wanting to put 'writing these posts' in this but that seems a bit contrived - though it genuinely has been lovely sitting down and taking a step back … Continue reading 7 THINGS I’VE ENJOYED (AT HOME) THIS WEEK | POST 5

8 Things I’ve Enjoyed (at home) This Week | Post 1

As much as I like thinking about the amazing Jewish food I had in Budapest (Mazel Tov restaurant is incredible), coming across amazing vintage finds in Paris and hiking around the Italian lakes on a sunny winter day; experiences I had in the months before all this came around, and as excited as I was … Continue reading 8 Things I’ve Enjoyed (at home) This Week | Post 1

TOP PLACES TO SEE LONDON FROM ABOVE

If you've been following this blog at all, or even scrolled down the home page, you'll notice that recently I've been focussing a little on seeing London from high up places. There was no particular rhyme or reason for this pattern, other than in my down time before leaving London to go to Toronto for a … Continue reading TOP PLACES TO SEE LONDON FROM ABOVE

SKY GARDEN: LONDON FROM ABOVE

London is great for many reasons, a big one (in my eyes) is the fact that so many things are free; The V and A, The British Museum, The Natural History Museum (to name a few) and also, The Sky Garden. Located in 'The City' which misleadingly, is a small area of London near Liverpool … Continue reading SKY GARDEN: LONDON FROM ABOVE

ROOF EAST: LONDON FROM ABOVE

In what now seems to be my favourite type of post to write, here is another 'London From Above'. This time, it's 'Roof East'. It's a bit different from Tower Bridge/St Paul's Cathedral, well I say a bit different, almost polar opposite aside from the fact that it is up high because it isn't historical … Continue reading ROOF EAST: LONDON FROM ABOVE

MONUMENT / TOWER BRIDGE: LONDON FROM ABOVE

When I left London for Toronto earlier this year, without meaning to, my life become a series of viewing the cityscape from various buildings. I’ve already mentioned the Shard and St Paul’s Cathedral but within a period of a few weeks, I saw many more. MONUMENT Another one of these, was Monument. The Monument was … Continue reading MONUMENT / TOWER BRIDGE: LONDON FROM ABOVE

COPPA CLUB RIVERSIDE IGLOOS, LONDON (REVIEW)

I'm assuming it's highly likely you've seen Coppa Club's Igloos all over your Instagram and Pinterest already, so sorry if any mention of them is now considered spam. In case you haven't heard about/seen them - they're pretty nice, right? If you're looking for somewhere unique and a bit kooky to eat in London, then … Continue reading COPPA CLUB RIVERSIDE IGLOOS, LONDON (REVIEW)

A DAY OUT IN LONDON | WEEKEND WANDERING

I wrote just the other day about an evening adventure my boyfriend and I had in London (going up St Paul's Cathedral / eating at Barbecoa). Well, the local fun did not stop with just that day. Only a week later, we both happened to have the same day off (a Thursday) so decided to … Continue reading A DAY OUT IN LONDON | WEEKEND WANDERING