London is a city that no matter how many times I’ve been, I always end up discovering something new with each visit. Similar to my home in NYC, London is filled with so many mini-neighborhoods that have distinct and vibrant personalities that are always evolving. A few weeks ago, I traveled to London with my boyfriend who had never been to the UK capital before. In planning our days there, I wanted to be sure to hit the top sights to check off his bucket list while still venturing through some local neighborhoods and restaurants. My research led me to this post: the top 10 things to do in London, especially for a first-timer!
Borough Market is London’s oldest food market and is always on my list to visit no matter how many times I have been. Located in the Southwark neighborhood on the south end of the London Bridge, Borough Market is bustling with stallholders featuring the finest ingredients, quick bites and full-service restaurants, and often hosts fun cooking events and demonstrations. With over 100 vendors to visit and experience, Borough Market can feel overwhelming. Whether a first timer or someone looking for a refresh, enjoy my recommendations for the Best of Borough Market.
During my most recent trip to France with Grey Goose and Soho House, I stayed at the lovely Hotel Bachaumont for one night while in Paris. Centrally located in the 2nd Arrondissement, the boutique hotel is contemporary, cozy and stylish, and comes highly recommended for a stay.
I am so excited to be sharing my experience at Le Logis and how to #LiveYourBestSummer with all of you! As you may remember from my posts here and here, I visited Juillac-le-Coq, France a few weeks ago with my best friend Cami thanks to Soho House and Grey Goose. It’s hard to imagine it’s all over… so let’s relive it, shall we?!
Milan is an urban and trendy city in northern Italy and serves as both the country’s financial and design center. This juxtaposition between modernity and culture creates a beautiful cityscape filled with skyscrapers and old churches. I could spend weeks in this city, soaking in the amazing sights, eating traditional Milanese food, and attempting to look chic in one of Europe’s most fashionable cities.