Madame Tussauds Fashion Week | Wax #CaKe

At the weekend I headed down to London to lose my virginity to an English institution!  Nope, it’s not Prince Harry (unfortunately), it’s museum of wax extraordinaire, Madame Tussauds Fashion Week attraction!  Famed for its collection of expertly created wax replicas of much loved musicians, film stars and world leaders, Madame Tussauds (which opened on Baker Street in 1835 by Marie Tussaud) has gone hurtling towards the 21st Century with the latest additions to the Hall of Fame (cos you’re nobody if you don’t have a figure of you made of wax!).  After celeb powercouple Kanye and Kim were added…

Foxcroft & Ginger Soho Review

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but I’m guilty (officer) of quite often skipping menu and heading straight into midday lunch (unless I’m sneaking a piece of toast when I get a few minutes at work).   When I was offered to swap my breakfastless morning for brunch at the London based Foxcroft & Ginger, I jumped at the chance. Foxcroft & Ginger Soho is one of three branches from the husband and wife owned F&G.   We visited the Soho cafe, a glass fronted number tucked away in a side street in the bustling area of…

Citizen M Bankside | Review

An impromptu weekend to the capital LA LA LA LANDAN is always fun, especially when you manage to catch the weather when the sun is shining rather than having to battle along Oxford Street using your umbrella as a jousting weapon.   Dan and I headed down to the big smoke to do all of the “person from up norf in London” type things: a bit of a touristy tour around the monumental buildings, Ben’s big clock, Lizzie’s big house, that big fairground wheel and an aimless wander around Covent Garden feasting on Shake Shack and watching street performers in the sun.  Ah,…

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