Sure, I’m an advocate for traveling solo but there really is nothing like seeing many of these incredible places with a loved one and who’s more of a day one than your mom?
A restaurant like Mamma makes it in Chelsea!
From Winter Wonderland to Regents or Carnaby street to your local borough’s high street, the whole city explodes with magic.
“Get the London look.”
I don’t know how many tubes of Rimmel I’ve bought trying to emulate Kate’s or Gigi’s lashes.
XL king-size bed that you just melt into. Views over-looking the Tower of London. Full service bar and eats 24 hrs a day (so hard to find in London!) and a stones throw away from hip East London? citizenM Tower of London has this west-London die-hard looking East in a whole new way.
I encourage people of color to go out and see the world. That is the only way stereotypes can be broken. I’ve often found myself gaining access to places and situations that I know I wouldn’t necessarily have had access to if I were white. I take pride in this and happily eat up all of these moments. This all being said, here are 10 places I’ve traveled that I was particularly well received as an African American woman.
Wishing you a very Happy start to your holiday season from London! xx, Nn
Every time someone asks me about moving to London, my gut reaction is “absolutely not, too gray.” But to tell you the truth, most of the time I’m in London, it’s been pretty beautiful and sunny.
rom window shopping on Sloane’s Square and Kings Road to morning walks along the Thames and my favorite, just taking in all of the beautifully coloured and elegant homes. Here I am having a little fun with the colours of Chelsea in London.
Some days are sunny in London, and some days it’s really chucking it down and you want to cozy up with a cuppa. Here’s the perfect place to do that.