There’s no shortage of things to do in London. Everything from a cat cafe to a ping pong bar. I love catching up on Time out and reading blogs to see what I should be getting up to at the weekend, so I thought I would do the same. Here’s just a short list of things I’ve been getting up to the last couple of weekends.

Things to do in London.

First up, start your day with a mighty breakfast. My favourite place is London Grind, who could resist all your breakfast served in one big pan? Located on London bridge this is the perfect pit stop before a walk down the southbank/visiting borough market/or taking a walk to my next location.

A few weeks back I was fortunate to attend the opening of the Good ship Benefit. An actual boat docked on the Thames dedicate to all things Benefit cosmetics. Dreamy. That’s three floors of pampering, cosmetics and even food and cocktails. Plus stay tuned to a host of events coming up this summer. A quick walk from Embankment tube station you can’t miss it.

Now for some pampering – summer is well and truly here so I thought it was about time to give my hair some TLC. A little lighter for summer – Groundbreaking I know. Jess at Myla and Davis does my hair exactly how I like it, subtle shades through the underneath and around my face, for that ‘oh it’s just been lightened by the sun’ kind of vibe.

Don’t fear if you don’t live near Brixton, they have a few salons over London – worth making the trip for.

Last but not least, an old favourite but a new location. London Grace has just opened their latest salon in Clapham. *Cheers*.  As I dusted off my summer sandals I knew it was time to get my toes ready for the occasion. Their salons aren’t like anywhere I’ve been before, can we take a minute to appreciate the interior… I want to move in.  Sip on refreshing cocktails while getting pampered sounds like a winner to me. This is the perfect place for an afternoon with the girls.

I hope this has given you some ideas for the bank holiday weekend. Love to hear what you’re getting up to.

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