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Leadenhall Building

The Leadenhall Building, aka The Cheesegrater, was opened late 2014 and I got the chance to go up to the 47th floor for a sneak peak. It stands at 224 metres tall and there’s a pretty impressive view of the City from up … Continue reading

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Seoul Bakery

Seoul Bakery is a small Korean restaurant in Central London oozing full of character and serving great food. Head along and add your own post-it note message to the walls, while you feast on a bibimbap or spicy noodle stew. … Continue reading

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Green Chain Walk

This walk in South East London from the River Thames at Erith to Falconwood is a short train journey from London Bridge and is an official Green Chain Walk, marked out by arrows and mileage posts. It passes through Lesnes … Continue reading

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Smug

Smug, Camden Passage, London. A lovely lifestyle boutique by Lizzie Evans where you can very easily spend far too much money. Smug is filled with beautifully designed homeware and accessories from furniture to teacups. Go and visit the store. If … Continue reading

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Palais Garnier shop

Boutique de l’Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris. A beautiful mix of the old and new, lit by lights reflected off of huge convex mirrors, this boutique shop in the Palais Garnier sells all things opera and ballet related, from … Continue reading

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