It’s time again for our ongoing feature profiling our favorite places to grab a cup of coffee. Be sure to check out what we had to say about Espresso Kitchen in Bournemouth and then click for more Coffee Break posts here.
Our time in London ended far too quickly for my liking. I would have liked to spend another week in the city just checking out restaurants. But all good things must end – or in this case – move ahead on to other good things.
Eurotrip Day 15 – London, England: Southbank Centre Market, BFI London, Central Picturehouse and MorePosted on April 8, 2016
On Day 15 the Large Association of Movie Blogs meet up in London was in full swing. The day was spent visiting various movie theaters and catching up with all of the bloggers. Welcome to my life as a movie nerd.
We’re back with another installment of our regular feature profiling our favorite places to sit down for a cup of coffee. Check out Paper & Cup and then click for more Coffee Break posts here.
After an amazing first few days in London, I almost couldn’t believe what was still ahead of me. The Large Association of Movie Blogs was having a meet up for the rest of the weekend.
A few weeks after we had booked and planned our trip to London something wonderful happened. I came across a news bit that said entertainment companies Lemonade and Laughing Gas and Blanch & Shock were hosting a secret pop up dining event called “The Owls Are Not What They Seem“ inspired by David Lynch’s cult TV show Twin Peaks. The wonderful part? The Twin Peaks Inspired Popup in London was happening the same exact time that my two Twin Peaks-loving best friends and I were going to be in town.
More of our regular feature where we profile donut shops from all over the globe. Check out this post from Crosstown Doughnuts in Soho London and check out more posts here.
Our second full day in London was jam packed with activities. Over the next few posts you can check out the whole experience but first, let’s start where we always do…