Painting with horses in the hall at Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection

The post about The Wallace Collection is the last one I’m writing from my trip to London last month. It’s been wonderful to see so many amazing exhibits on display. Read about them on their website. 2018 marks the 200 anniversary of Sir Richard Wallace’s birth. In the Hall, I’ve noticed this amazing painting. It’s […]

Tate Britain

Tate Britain

Last month I’ve visited Tate Britain. It was on my list of museums to visit for a while now. I’ve been to Tate Modern in London and it was interesting, same as Tate Liverpool. But Tate Britain has the style of art I love, as, on their website they mention that Tate is the home […]

St Albans. City centre

St Albans

It might sound a bit much to have a post about St Albans, when I’ve already blogged about the cathedral, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, an 8th century pub. I also mentioned on my other blog about the crockery I found in a antiques shop. But, all those posts have plenty of pictures, so a new […]

St Albans Cathedral

St Albans Cathedral

I mentioned before that I went to St. Albans, when I blogged about Ye Olde Fighting Cocks. I wanted to visit it for a while now, and we stayed actually quite close to St. Albans on our trip. One of the things I wanted to see was, obvious, St Albans Cathedral. We’ve visited St Albans […]

Museum of London Docklands

Museum of London Docklands

It’s been a while since I’ve shared reviews of museums in London. Now I have a few of them to share, and the first one is Museum of London Docklands. The museum is located in the Isle of Dogs, so in a very interesting location. When you walk along all the sky scrappers, it seems […]

Door with beautiful shrubs in front

Welwyn Garden City

I didn’t plan to write today about Welwyn Garden City. But, as I was busy, I didn’t have time to write the post I’ve intended to write. So, instead, I’ve decided to share pictures from a lovely city I’ve seen a couple of days ago. All the pictures are taken with my phone, as I […]

Why I love London

Why I love London

I had this post in mind for a while, as part of the Why series on my blog. After what happened a couple of days ago, I made a slight change in my posting schedule for this post: Why I love London. I heard about London for the first time when I was in year […]

The Design Museum

This week my husband and I went to London for the day, mainly with work. After finishing what we had planned, we went to see The Design Museum. As we arrived at the museum late, at 4.30 pm, it wasn’t enough time to see the two special exhibitions, so we saw only half of the […]

Tate Modern

I saw that Tate Modern is opened till late on Fridays & Saturdays, so we’ve decided to visit it at night. Not only that it makes it a little bit special to see, but it can be included in a busy day and it also means that going to Tate by car is easier, with […]

The 1920s

At the Fashion and Textile Museum in London there is a special exhibition about the 1920s fashion. I wanted to visit the museum. The concept of the museum is quite different as there isn’t a permanent exhibition, but only temporary ones. From 23 September until 15 January next year is the 1920s JAZZ AGE Fashion […]