Moving to any city can be a daunting prospect. But there is something quite exciting about moving to the capital. London is where it all happens. Many businesses have their head offices there. Lots of shops have their flagship stores in the heart of the city. With restaurants and bars galore. There is something for everyone in London. So I thought I would share with you some of the things to consider if you are moving to the capital.
Last month I had a fantastic weekend in London with my uni friends, celebrating one of their birthdays. We’d made the whole day a surprise for her so she didn’t know what we were doing until we got there. After a wonderful bottomless brunch at Hard Rock Cafe Oxford Street we headed for Magic Mike Live.
If you’re looking for something special to do in London then look no further… Bottomless brunch at Hard Rock Cafe Oxford Street is definitely something to consider.
Dirty Dancing, one of those classic films that you can watch over and over again. Even though I’ve seen a fair few shows either at the West End or at a local theatre, this has never been one of them. I recently had a free evening in London so I bought myself a ticket for Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage at the Dominion Theatre.
London is such a great city to visit as a family because there’s so much to do. Not only that but there is so much to do for free, including some amazing museums. One of those museums is the Natural History Museum, somewhere we visited during the Christmas holidays.
With Erin’s birthday being on New Year’s Day we booked a special trip to London during the week between Christmas and New Year. We wanted to make the most of our 2 night stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton West End so we also booked tickets to Frozen the Musical!
AD | Press stay To make Erin’s birthday extra special this year we planned a trip to London between Christmas and New Year. With Erin’s birthday being on New Year’s Day it can be hard to do something really fun so we wanted to try going away this year. We were very kindly given a stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton London West End.
On one of our trips to London during the summer holidays we were a bit stuck for ideas of what to do, having already spent a week there not too long beforehand. One of our favourite restaurants is around the corner from the British Museum though so we thought we would combine the two for an afternoon. This place is huge though so I wanted to share some tips for visiting the British Museum with children.