Blog Archive 2019 • Cat Morley

May

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Battersea Park Zoo
It was the perfect morning to visit Battersea Park Children's Zoo and it's a bank holiday weekend, so London's much quieter than it usually is. The lemurs were getting fed when we arrived and they...
25
 
The Corner Room
We went for brunch at The Corner Room in Bethnal Green this morning. The restaurant is in the super pretty Town Hall hotel. The Corner Room was equally as pretty with fisherman's lamps hanging fr...
19
 
Mary Poppins Afternoon Tea
For my birthday last year, Tom gave me a homemade coupon for an afternoon tea of my choice. I picked the Mary Poppins Afternoon Tea at Aqua Shard on the 31st floor of The Shard The menus were pri...
18
 
Nunhead Cemetery
It was the Nunhead Cemetery Open Day and I've been wanting to see in the crypts for ages, so we headed along to join one of the free tours. We weren't sure what to expect from an open day in a cem...
10
 
The Brick Bar
It's not often that a bar encourages you to get back to your youth and play with Lego, but The Brick Bar does exactly that. Built from "one million bricks", the pop-up bar has been travelling the ...
07
 
 Carol Rossetti
Carol Rossetti - https://www.cutoutandkeep.net/blog/2019/5/carol-rossetti
06
 
Hej Coffee
It was a Bank Holiday and the only thing on our agenda was to collect a new table we'd bought at 9 am, so I hunted out somewhere that would be open for breakfast and we headed to Bermondsey.
05
 
Novelty Automation
We started our day with breakfast at The Holborn Dining Rooms whose luxurious decor reminded me of a fancy train carriage. Tom liked the salt & pepper grinders on our table, but quickly put th...

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