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In Bed With Ibis

As a twentysomething trying to scrape a meagre living in the Big Smoke, luxury hotels are always waaaay out of my budget for a night away. However, cheaper hotels don’t necessarily mean rubbish hotels, as I discovered a couple of weeks ago. On a drizzly Monday evening, He and I were invited by Accor Hotels for a night at the London Euston St Pancras Ibis. I’ve actually never stayed with this chain before but the promise of a saucy staycation with my beau in crisp hotel sheets  ...

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East, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars

Roma

Whenever I think of Roman food, I’m always reminded of this scene from the one and only Life of Brian I mean, I’m pretty adventurous when it comes to food, but I’m not hugely keen on the idea of wolf’s nipples! However, a new concept restaurant has opened in the heart of the city with a focus on Roman inspired food and drink. Built on the site of an Ancient Roman fort a short walk from Tower Hill station, Roma has opened it’s doors to the public to show them  ...

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Culture, Events, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Lumos Gala at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Bet there’s an awful lot of you reading this post who are HUGE Harry Potter fans. You could quote the books, discuss which Hogwarts house you’d be in and what your wand would be made out of for hours. J.K Rowling is your Kween and you constantly screenshot her tweets to whatsapp to your pals with a crown emoji. But how many of you Potterheads know much about the charity she founded, Lumos? I didn’t know jack about it until I was approached and asked if I’d consider  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, West-End

Le Garrick

Do you have those places that you must have walked past a thousand times and yet never actually gone into? I must have pounded the streets surrounding Covent Garden and walked past iconic French restaurant Le Garrick  practically a bajillion trillion times (approx) and yet I only sampled its delights a couple of weeks ago. London is so saturated with new foodie crazes and pop-up palaces and groovy restaurant openings that places that have stood the test of time often get overlooked.  ...

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