Aaaah, Brighton! There’s just something about seaside cities that makes my heart sing. And if said city happens to also be home to amazing independent shops, cafes and restaurants, I might just never want to leave.
When I’m asked for recommendations for things to do in London, my first answer is always the same. Bankside. And if anything, last weekend’s adventures South of the River have only strengthen that point.
With its pretty pastel houses, its busy flee-food-and-everything-inbetween market and some of the most fantastic stores and restaurants in London, Notting Hill is always a good choice for a perfect day in London.
1. Because Saint Malo is a city with a badass history! Saint-Malo traces its origins to a monastic settlement founded early in the sixth century. From then on, the city had a tradition of asserting its autonomy in dealings with the French authorities and even with the local Breton authorities. Later on, St Malo mariners were […]