While I've been busy gallivanting around Southern California, getting married and what have you, Kate Middleton has also been very busy across the pond: we have the debut of a darker hair hue from her new stylists, people! After the brouhaha that ensued when Kate was caught with grey roots last month, I SO wish I'd ...
When I was meeting my friends in London for dinner and drinks, I had just one request:
Take me where the royals go.
Cut to Wednesday night in London, when E.and I met up with my friend K. at an Alpine-themed restaurant on Kensington High Street called Bodo’s Schloss. The entrance to Bodo’s Schloss is, literally, next door to the driveway into Kensington Palace where William and Kate live. Like, there’s William and Kate’s driveway next to the brick column…and here, five feet to the left, surrounded by pine trees, is Bodo’s Schloss.
Elegance abounds at The Kensington Hotel, where afternoon tea is served in the lobby, the bartender at the Aubrey Restaurant & Cocktail Bar serves the best martinis in London, huge bay windows look out onto Queens Gate, and huge king-sized four-poster beds underneath crystal chandeliers make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time.
Ever wanted to go behind the scenes of Harry Potter and make all your Gryffindor fantasies come true? It’s (almost) a reality at the Harry Potter studio tour in London, at Warner Bros studios.
After my Zurich trip, E. and I met in London and together we spent two nights at a gorgeous neo-Georgian Grade II hotel near Covent Garden in the heart of the city: The Bloomsbury Hotel.
Everything about our experience at The Bloomsbury Hotel was just perfect: when you walk through the front doors, there’s the most seductive red currant smell thanks to the candles inside the entrance. The lobby has flowers everywhere, the bedrooms are equally opulent and cozy, and it’s surprisingly roomy–especially for London!