Charles Dickens Museum


Finally, it’s that time of the year, ’tis the season’, when Charles Dickens is the most appropriate author and visiting his house in Chancery Lane is a must do activity. Get into the Christmas atmosphere through the rooms festively decorated and the re-making of Charles Dickens times.  Advertisements

Festive Blenheim Palace 


Blenheim Palace is ready for Christmas! This stunning place is situated in Woodstock and is Winston Churchill’s birthplace. An exhibition is dedicated to this UK proeminent figure: prime minister, politician, artist, philosopher: from bedroom to funeral images and filming. But this place is more than his birthplace, the genealogical tree goes back 300 years and…

Holland Park Friends


Flamboyant decor of the city, autumn has spread its wings on the earth, trees depleted their leaves everywhere you look around. 

Fairytales in branding


Selling a product by fairytale approach in the consumer’s consciousness either it is about food, clothing, etc. To give end use ideas about the need of a product and to create a story beyond the item you are providing. People want stories in their lives. Associating their needs with qualities of a certain product has…

Weekends


This is how I spend my weekends, my life: activities like visiting Bodiam Castle, having a walk on the Camber Sands’ dunes, an Afternoon Tea at Shard, Gong cocktail bar, eager to find out new horizons and beauties of nature.  I like to think about myself that I nurture a particular taste and pleasure for…

Autumn in Chelsea


I’ve been working in Chelsea for a few months and started to discover the perks of being in this area of London. Besides fancy people that spend their wedding celebrations at the Ivy restaurant and shops there are a few other points of interest. Like the houses architecture, personality and the recently discovered Chelsea Physics…

Creation


I live in a city with happy people but I cannot touch their happiness. I live in a city with people that get married and celebrate their union at the posh restaurant that I glance over the street, on Kings Road in Chelsea. I live in a city that autumn suits it best. Garden, parks…

Hever Castle


Italian gardens, Tudor castle, American millionaires. What do they have in common? I forgot, Anne Boleyn. Does it ring a bell? Hever Castle in Edinbridge is Anne’s childhood place. A beautiful secluded place tucked away in Kent’s greeneries is claiming its fame and reputation. Characters like Anne Boleyn who spent her childhood there, Henry VIII,…

Eltham Palace


Art Deco palace of millionaires Virginia and Stephen Courthault, 1930s, and in the meantime still a mediaval architectural jewel. As usual, gardens, perfect cut lawns and lazy summer Sundays.