How do you celebrate a toddler’s second Birthday when they’re obsessed with taxis, buses and cars? Take them to London ofcourse.
Last week Fe’s family came to stay with us for a few days, to spend some quality time with Fe and Lex.
It’s funny because they always comment on how my interior style is so British, but really it’s quite the opposite. All my friends and family know that my style is hugely French inspired, with shutter blinds, ceiling chandeliers and pastel/grey hues throughout.
I’m back with my third instalment on my fave restaurants in London. I’m sorry I’ve fallen off the bandwagon since my last post in May. I’m crap I have no excuses other than I’ve been flying solo a week on and week off since then, then we had a family holiday (blog coming soon!), Little Lex’s birthday and now I’m back with you. Eek!
So as I’ve harped on before, Paris has our heart but London is our life. It’s where we met, had our first date, bought our first home, and more. In the past 8 years we’ve been to a fair amount of French restaurants, all of my Parisian husband’s choosing, and I thought I’d make a series of our top 10.
Introducing Number Three….Clos Maggiore.
Scrolling through Instagram recently I came across two posts featuring beautiful fireplaces. What struck me was how different they are and how fireplaces are actually really versatile features in the home.
This is the second instalment on our fabulous Spring break to Amsterdam. We fell in love with Amsterdam the moment the tram took us through the streets to our park side apartment in Pijp.
Before arriving, we booked a 360 City Tour (link below), to show us the highlights of Amsterdam in two hours, and give us bearings on the city.