I recently took a trip to London for a friend's hen weekend (translation: 'bachelorette party' for those of you in North America). Before the fun started, I met up with one of my nieces in central London for lunch at Brasserie Zedel. I've always wanted to go there, and have a good look at the Art Deco interiors. I wasn't disappointed. I didn't manage to take any good photos of the interiors though as we were too busy catching up! Afterwards, we had time for a wander around the streets of London, with my eyes raised upwards the whole time as I looked up at all the wonderful architecture.
The hen weekend was a non-traditional one, with all the usual paraphernalia and games strictly banned by the bride-to-be. Instead, we had a nice walk around Nunhead Cemetery to start off proceedings. That might seem a bit of an odd activity for a hen weekend, but Nunhead Cemetery is one of London's seven Victorian cemeteries, and is really rather lovely. It needs money spent on it, as much of it is crumbling, but it adds to the charm somewhat.
There you go, just a bit of visual inspiration. I must say I'm glad to be back in Wales - it seems I'm a country bumpkin at heart, and whilst I love my adventures to the city, it's the mountains, sheep and sky that make me feel at home!