The British Restaurant Celebrating the Art of Eating

The Shed brings a celebration of the British seasonal wild food right to our tables. Located on the edge of Hyde Park, right behind the Czech Embassy, it is a hidden gem every Londoner should try.  In Czech, we have a saying that love goes through the stomach. The Brits believe that a way to a man’s heart if through his stomach. Well, I am … Continue reading The British Restaurant Celebrating the Art of Eating

The Pergola & Hill Garden, a Stunning London’s Hideaway

The Pergola and Hill Garden in the Hempstead Heath is something I would never expect in the whole of London, leave alone a posh part where everything is presumably guarded under a lock. But not the pergola! This place is opened to public, free to enter and, let me add, a must if you are living in London and are getting somehow bored of the … Continue reading The Pergola & Hill Garden, a Stunning London’s Hideaway

Beautiful French memorials

With the Remembrance Day (11/11 in the UK) fast approaching, I decided to share an unusual tip on how to alternate  your regular travels and pay respect to our predecessors  This one I explored in the French countryside but you can find it almost anywhere in Europe. War cemeteries are places for reflection and realisation that only thanks to those we got to the stage we … Continue reading Beautiful French memorials