It all started when we got to Gatwick Airport at 7 a.m. on Friday to leave for Paris.
As a makeup connoisseur of sorts, I was excited to see what people tend to wear in London.
Sister Ray’s is an experience to be had.
The Museum of Childhood is a museum trying to be many things at once.
One of the most unique things that I have found about London is its markets.
There is a modern dance scene in London, you just have to dig a little deeper to find it.
"As we come closer to the Tower Bridge, the authority of the city begins to assert itself. The buildings thicken and heap themselves higher… One hears the roar and the resonance of London itself.”
Not a fan of traditional museums? Then the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is the place for you.
During my time in Europe (but mainly London), I have learned many do’s and don'ts that I wish I had known prior to beginning my journey
I found myself in a relatively large yet intimate room in the “attic” of London’s Hackney Picturehouse.