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This is a Collaborative Post With London Bridge less than an hour away from Brighton, it’s foolish not to include it on your list of places to visit for a morning in between school drop offs and pick ups. Equally, because it’s so close, there’s nothing stopping you keeping London at the back of your
Ever since I can remember, London has always been an exciting place. I don’t know whether it was because I grew up in the country or whether it was because all the ‘cool’ stuff happened in London, but either way I always had butterflies in my stomach whenever we got on that train to London.
On the rare occasion we went to London as a child, my fondest memory was always the wonderful window displays in places like Oxford Street and Regent Street at Christmas time. They always looked so grand and somewhat magical. I remember spending a long time mesmerised by the lights and winter animals. Now that T
Last week, we were invited to London for an event, but seeing as it was only for the morning we thought we’d make the most out of our day (and train ticket!) and remain in London for the rest of the day. Sadly, Sharon had to head back to work for the afternoon after the
London Zoo was probably one of the first zoo’s Sharon and I remember visiting when we were young, which is no surprise seeing as it opened in 1828! I remember visiting when I was little and seeing a number of rare animals (for that time anyway!) and being in complete awe. From Gorillas to Pandas, London Zoo
Days Out: The New Goblet of Fire Exhibit at Warner Bros Studio Tour, London. (Review) [AD – Press Trip]
If you follow us on instagram you’ll know that we’re massive Potterheads. If you don’t know what that means, I’ll enlighten you: Definition: Amazingly cool people who are obsessed with Harry Potter. We adore the series and ever since Warner Bros. opened their studios in Watford, London we have visited the Harry Potter studio tour