All posts tagged London

A Day in Soho

We have a friend visiting us from New York.  On Sunday after our Hyde Park meet, we took Michel to Soho. Read more…

Another victory!

The newly refurbished restaurant at Blakes Hotel is not only dog-friendly but also child-friendly.  God help us!

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Fringe trim, Madame?

We are at the most dog-friendly hair and beauty salon – ever!!! Read more…

Antipodean, anyone?

In vernacular British English and Irish English, “The Antipodes” is sometimes used to refer to Australia and New Zealand, Read more…

London, my London

Feeling broken-hearted about London. 🙁
The world has changed.

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“Let’s do a swap!”

Uh-oh! George, your days are numbered! Mummy has fallen in love with Lily … Read more…

Möchten Sie Earl Grey Tee?

Ja, wir hatten englischen Nachmittagstee mit unserer Freundin, Sylvia aus Düsseldorf in einem charmanten hotel in Kensington. Read more…

Easter lunch and egg hunt at M!

Before any hunt or eats, we went to church on Easter Sunday. Read more…

Pretty and Cool London

We were going to the Chiltern Firehouse for dinner when we spotted this beautiful Spring display at the lovely By Appointment Only Design florist. Read more…

Pre-boarding priviledges – the journey home

Mummy couldn’t believe her ears when the staff at the boarding gate told us to go to the pre-boarding queue!!!! Read more…

London in the RED

There’s a lot of red in London. Read more…

Una piccola parte di Italia a Spitalfields

A little bit of Italy in Spitalfields, East London! Read more…

Dinner sorted @DukeofYorkSquare

It’s Saturday, its market day and yesterday we went to the Duke of York Square’s Fine Food market. Read more…

Ladies who lunch at Tom’s Kitchen

We were walking past Chelsea Green and walked past Tom’s Kitchen when Mummy’s friend suggested going in for lunch. In the past, when Mummy had asked, they said no dog allowed. Read more…

We are family

Chinese New Year is one of the most significant and important festivals in the Chinese calendar.

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When Darcy met Sally

It was lunch with Mummy at Clarke’s in Notting Hill. Read more…

One lonely donut … at Maltby Market

It’s Saturday so it must be market day. We decided to venture a little further yesterday –  Read more…

When one door opens, another had closed …

A couple of years ago when Beaufort House opened – Mummy went in to ask if they were dog friendly. They said only handbag sized dogs!!! So we never went there again – until last week when we walked past and saw at least two dogs inside!!! Read more…

Looks like Jack Frost was here!

We met Bobby for a walk on Hampstead Heath and we were greeted by frost on the ground! Read more…

Poulet, anyone?

There’s a new rotisserie in Notting Hill that serves roast chicken on a spit – French style. Read more…

Three dog-friendlies south of the Thames

When we made is safely across the scary Albert Bridge Road and did not fall into the water, as I had feared … Read more…

Olives? No, grazie!

Someone told us about Orso, another dog-friendly Italian – this time in Covent Garden. Read more…

All the leaves are brown

And I am camouflaged! Better to hunt squirrels with! Read more…

Il pranzo e la Cena al ristorante Fucina

Rusty told us about yet another dog-friendly restaurant in Marylebone – and another Italian!  Read more…

It’s seafood time!

We went a little further afield in search of another dog friendly seafood restaurant – all the way to Borough Market. Read more…

Are you Italian? No we’re Chucs

It’s Thursday and it’s Restaurant Review Day.  Today we’ll tell you about two different Chucs on three different occasions. Read more…

Darcy goes to Bronté

I am sure it was Austen who wrote about a certain “Mr.Darcy.”  Have we made a literary mistake with Bronte? Read more…

Did you say “Squirrel”?

Mummy took me to the vet again today for a booster shot –   Read more…

In a New York state of mind

We walked past a newly established eatery near us –  B Bagel Bakery Bar and immediately New York comes to mind. Read more…

A Secret Garden in Kensington

In the middle of busy Kensington is a little oasis – a tree-filled private garden. Mummy likes going there for some quiet time, to think about things to pause from rushing through the day. And of course, she prefers our company than not. Read more…